Trends/Issues in the Regulation of Financial Services – Isle of Man

04/10/1994 Marcus Killick OBE

This speech, delivered by Marcus Killick, discusses projected trends and issues in the regulation of financial services in the Isle of Man in 1994. It covers topics such as money laundering, corporate administration, fiduciaries, collective investment schemes, investment business, and international cooperation. The speech emphasises the importance of effective regulation, combating money laundering, ensuring accountability, and maintaining the Island’s reputation as a well-regulated jurisdiction.

Read the speech: Speech to the Isle of Man Chartered Accountancy Institute

(First delivered to the Isle of Man Chartered Accountancy Institute, October 1994.)

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