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Arnald Do Guernsey regulated corporate service providers still use "nominee" directors (sic)? I really don't think they do, and probably haven't for about 10 years or more now. We all know that in law there is no such thing as a "nominee" director, although those practising the Sark Lark then and now naively and foolishly think otherwise. A director is a director. Period. And accepts all liability resulting therefrom. Claiming "that I was only a nominee" will get the individual nowhere in court, or with a regulator. Locally regulated individuals who hold client company directorships are very well aware of their responsibilities as directors, and I would be truly astonished if there will still any who acted as "nominees, even where the directors are locally-regulated corporate directors (which in turn have individual local directors). I am sure that it may have been prevalent 10-15 years ago, but in modern, very highly regulated Guernsey today? I don't think so.