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Blinded by transparency: the UK's new property register

In a bid for ever-increasing transparency, the UK government intends to continue the trend with the introduction of a further beneficial ownership register.

To learn more, click on the link below to read the article by Sarah Conway and Fiona Poole which first appeared the January 2019 STEP Hong Kong Newsletter.

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