CIMA – Cayman Directors’ renewal payments: Deadline 15 January 2022 - Waystone

      CIMA – Cayman Directors’ renewal payments: Deadline 15 January 2022

      2022 renewal fees for Directors who are currently registered with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) must be paid by 15 January 2022.

      In order to avoid penalties, Directors who are currently registered with the CIMA under the Directors Registration and Licensing Act (DLRA) are required to make payment by 15 January.

      Waystone has a team of professionals who can assist with renewal process. If you require assistance or if you have any questions on the categories of fees payable, please reach out to your usual Waystone representative or contact us below.

       

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