Cayman tightens terrorism financing rules
23 Aug 2016

“Terrorist financing” is now specifically defined as a criminal act in revised legislation due to be considered this fall by Cayman Islands lawmakers.

The Terrorism (Amendment) Bill, 2016, is expected to go to the Legislative Assembly in late September or early October for approval. It will bring the British Overseas Territory’s anti-terrorism laws “into conformity with the international standards recommended by the Financial Action Task Force for combatting terrorism and money laundering.”

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