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Financial Crimes Unit ready for 2017 inspection

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The Caribbean Financial Action Task Force inspection of Cayman’s anti-money laundering systems will take place next year – a follow up on a process that began four years ago. The RCIPS Acting Commissioner Anthony Ennis says his financial crimes unit is ready.  During Thursday’s news conference, Mr. Ennis said that, like Cayman’s financial services leaders, he believes inspectors will find a well regulated and secure jurisdiction.

He said, “The Cayman Islands have worked hard to ensure that we have a first class financial centre but also a robust regulatory regime and as a law enforcement officer I challenge anyone to say that Cayman is not a place that is properly regulated.”

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Andrel Harris

Andrel Harris

After completing high school in Cayman, Andrel Harris joined the news team as a Reporter Trainee in 2013. Now he serves as a reporter/producer, as well as the 'Cayman 27 Today' anchor. He also contributes to the talk shows and present weather forecasts. He hails from the district of North Side.

"Working with Cayman 27 has been a rewarding and eye opening experience. Through the power of the media, I've been able to help give a voice to the people living in Cayman." - Andrel Harris

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