New managing director for Liberian Corporate Registry

Anthony Perea has been appointed managing director of the Liberian Corporate Registry, run by LISCR (Liberian International Ship and Corporate Registry) Trust Company to look after the interests of Liberian non-resident corporations.

Perea joins from fiduciary services provider Amicorp, with nearly 25 years’ experience in business development and operations in the financial and corporate services sector, including a particular focus on wealth management, as well as trust and corporate and fiduciary services. 

According to LISCR ceo Scott Bergeron, Perea’s main objectives will be “to help explore new markets - and possibly new services - for our corporate registry division” as well as to help in the “continued development of value-added relationships with the maritime, legal and finance communities.”

Meanwhile, LISCR continues to host a series of events around the globe to celebrate this year’s 70th anniversary of the Liberian Registry, a birthday-cum-Christmas event taking place in London on Thursday.

The Liberian Registry is claimed to have been the world’s fastest growing flag in first-half 2018, with currently more than 4,200 oceangoing vessels (of at least 500gt) totalling over 150m gt under registration. It also boasts a global network of some 20 offices in different countries employing around 180 full-time staff, as well as having more than 400 inspectors/auditors at its disposal.

Posted 03 December 2018

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Bob Jaques

Editor of Seatrade Maritime Review

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