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Archives for March 12, 2017

HM The Queen’s Commonwealth Day Message

Commonwealth Day Message by Her Majesty The Queen, Head of the Commonwealth This Commonwealth Day, a baton will set out from Buckingham Palace and begin a long and extraordinary journey. Over the next twelve months, the Baton will visit people living in the nations and territories of our Commonwealth family in every continent and ocean. […]

Bermuda remains ILS world leader

By Jonathan Kent, Business Editor from Royal Gazette Bermuda continues to be the world leader in the insurance-linked securities market — but new issuance of ILS fell for a second successive year in 2016. The Bermuda ILS Market Report, published quarterly by the Bermuda Monetary Authority, showed that the total outstanding global ILS at the […]

Jason Crabb returns to Cayman Islands

[AWARD WINNING GOSPEL SIGNER RETURNS TO PEDRO CASTLE TO PERFORM FOR HIS 40TH BIRTHDAY] [Savannah, Grand Cayman, March 10, 2016– Jason Crabb is coming back to the Cayman Islands on Sunday, March 19 for another electric and soul-filled performance at Pedro Castle! Join Jason as he celebrates his 40th birthday with an amazing line up […]

Apply now for Cayman Islands DoE Summer Internships

The Department of Environment is offering summer internships for students, ages 15 and over, who live in Grand Cayman and are interested in gaining experience in marine science, terrestrial ecology, sustainable development, and related fields. The application deadline is Thursday, 30 March and internships will be offered in July and August. Internships are unpaid volunteer […]

Cayman Islands Nomination Day and Venues announced

Nominations day is March 29th 2017. Returning officers for each Electoral District will receive nomination forms between 8am and 3pm. Notes to Candidates: Nominations Form A candidate for election shall be nominated on a nomination paper by at least two persons who, at the time of signing the nomination paper, are registered electors of the […]

The Editor Speaks: Sorry. We all make mistakes

To admit you made a mistake and to say ‘sorry’ is actually a very hard thing to do. When you are the premier of a country and to have do this it is even harder. People in power who make a mistake seldom admit it. They have the power, or so they think, to say […]

Cayman Islands Airports Authority thanks student volunteers

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands: The Cayman Islands Airports Authority (CIAA) recently presented certificates of appreciation to students at the Layman E. Scott Senior High School in Cayman Brac to thank them for volunteering to act as victims for the full scale emergency exercise staged at the Charles Kirkconnell International Airport on Wednesday, 30 November 2016. […]

CCJ president speaks out

From Jamaica Observer Says Grenada referendum defeat should encourage further support for regional court PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — President of the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) Sir Dennis Byron yesterday dismissed suggestions that the results of the Grenada referendum represented more evidence that the regional court is not fit to replace the […]

Cayman Islands extends CRS notification and reporting dates

By Hatice Ismail, Martin Shah From Simmons & Simmonds elexica The Cayman Islands have announced that they are pushing back by two months the 2017 deadlines for Cayman Financial Institutions (FIs) to notify their status to the Cayman Islands Tax Information Authority (Cayman TIA) and file first reports for Common Reporting Standard (CRS) purposes via the Cayman […]

Cayman Islands Registry on the top of ICS Charts

From Safety4Sea Cayman Registry has been mentioned by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) for the sixth year running as being top-of-class in their 2016/2017 Annual Flag State Performance Table. Cayman Registry is one of the flag states who have received such distinction in this year’s performance table. The ICS is the principal international trade […]