1) Sorry for the informality of the greeting but if you were doing a training exercise on fake bombs and security, would you not (at least) count up the number of imitations you had hidden – and then count them back in to avoid scaring/annoying 75,000 people? See Manchester United and fake security issue?
2) Secondly, if you were trying to convey ‘good news’ about the ‘initiative to automatically exchange information on beneficial ownership’ (See HM Treasury Press Release), there may be ‘marginal’ concern about the absence of countries [on HM Treasury List dated 13 May 2016] such as China, Russia and the USA (for example)
3) Thirdly, by definition, dishonest people are going to tell lies, especially if they can get away with it. Hence, how (for example) is a relatively poor country (say the UK (?)) going to enforce disclosure?