The Financial and Corporate Service Providers Act provides a broad regime of regulation and accountability in the provision of financial and corporate services.
Under provisions of the Financial and Corporate Service Providers Act, 2000 the Inspector is required to maintain a general review of financial and corporate services in The Bahamas. Annually, and when required by the relevant Minister, the Inspector must conduct on-site and off-site examinations of a licensee to ensure compliance by the licensee with the FCSPA, as well as the Financial Transactions Reporting Act and the International Business Companies Act — and any other relevant law.
The Inspector is required to maintain a public register of financial and corporate service providers, and to issue a certificate of registration to persons registered.
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