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Blinded by Transparency: How the government plans to shine a light on beneficial ownership

In the wake of the disclosures surrounding the Panama Papers, there has been an ongoing push by governments around the world to shine a light on who actually owns and/or benefits from companies and trusts.

Please click on the attachment below for a top-line rundown of the initiatives you and your clients should really know about as appeared in PrimeResi, 21 August 2017...

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