It has been brought to our attention that a potential phishing email, purporting to be from the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (“CIMA”), is being circulated.
The email is sent from firstname.lastname@example.org. However, this is not a valid CIMA email address, and the communication is not from CIMA. Recipients are therefore advised not to respond or click on any links within the email.
Persons should also be aware that all legitimate CIMA emails end in the @cima.ky domain. Any emails not associated with this domain, and purporting to be from CIMA, are likely fraudulent.
Furthermore, CIMA does not request the transmission of sensitive or private information by email.
Additionally, we can confirm that there have been no security breaches of our systems.
Given the current climate, we urge persons to continue to remain vigilant and report any suspect emails of this nature to ContactPublicRelations@cima.ky.
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