What You Need to Know about the Corporate Transparency Act


The Corporate Transparency Act (the CTA) is the first significant update to the U.S. anti-money laundering laws in 20 years and gives FinCEN significant authority to adopt necessary regulations to implement the provisions of the CTA. Under this new compliance environment, there will be new burdens—including the filing of “beneficial ownership” information—imposed on many entities operating in the U.S. and will likely to have major implications for foreign and domestic businesses.

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