Liberian Corporate Registry appoints new MD

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Anthony Perea has been appointed Managing Director of the Liberian Corporate Registry.

Mr Perea was previously Managing Director at global corporate and fiduciary services provider AMICORP, where he was head of institutional sales for the Americas, Latin America and Asia. He has nearly 25 years’ experience in business development and operations in the financial and corporate services sector, with a particular focus on wealth management, as well as trust and corporate and fiduciary services.

Scott Bergeron, CEO of the Liberian International Ship & Corporate Registry (LISCR), the US-based manager of the Liberian Registry, said: “We are delighted that Anthony has agreed to join LISCR. He has all the qualities and the range of experience needed to further strengthen the reputation for excellence which the Liberian Corporate Registry has built for itself over a number of years.

“Anthony’s main objectives will be to help explore new markets – and possibly new services – for our corporate registry division. He will also help in our continued development of value-added relationships with the maritime legal and finance communities, while better engaging Liberia in various corporate industry forums, including The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), to which organisation he has been an active contributor throughout his career to date.”

Mr Perea said: “I am excited to be joining the Liberian Corporate Registry, which has consistently earned international recognition from business investment professionals, financial institutions and corporate firms for its historic commitment to legal stability, significant investments in advanced information technologies, and first-class corporate services to clients worldwide. I look forward to using my experience and contacts to help ensure that the Registry maintains and even improves the level of service and expertise which it offers to its continually expanding client base.”