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Archives for March 13, 2017

Cayman Islands Premier to meet with opposition to hammer out issues related to Bill

From Antigua Observer GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands, Mar. 12, CMC – Premier Alden McLaughlin is scheduled to meet with members of the main opposition United Democratic Party (UDP) on Monday to iron out issues on the key provisions of the Legal Practitioners Bill before the debate resumes in the Legislature on Tuesday. According the McLaughlin, […]

Butterfield : Cayman Islands Young Musician of the Year Finalists

(Grand Cayman – 13 March 2017) The finalists for the annual Butterfield Young Musician of the Year award met for an informal luncheon hosted at Butterfield Place, 12 Albert Panton Street George Town on Monday, 6 March 2017. Now in its 10th year, the Butterfield Young Musician of the Year award showcases the extraordinary young, […]

DART supports Cayman Islands YMCA as leading corporate founder

The YMCA of the Cayman Islands is excited to announce DART has joined key organisations and leaders in the community in supporting the Y at the highest level. The YMCA launched their Corporate Founders campaign in 2016 to firmly root the Y in the community and establish a solid foundation for future success. Funds raised […]

World Poetry Day- Cayman Islands

From Cayman Literary Development Program Dr. Mervyn Morris has accepted to join us again and celebrate with us World Poetry Day. This time he will be teaching workshops for adults and kids, visiting schools, and leading a poetry recital on Tuesday March 21st at Camana Bay. (Please note that we still have few seats available for the […]

Man pictured ‘humping’ Fearless Girl statue unveiled on Wall Street for International Women’s Day

More By Niamh McIntyre From The Independent A photo of a man “humping” a Wall Street statue symbolising female empowerment has gone viral on Facebook, just two days after the artwork was installed to mark International Women’s Day. The photo shows a man in a suit posing behind the “Fearless Girl” sculpture which has been […]

The Editor Speaks: Rubbish

Another four years has gone by and have we got any nearer to a solution to our rubbish? I beg to have to say with much sadness it is in my most humble opinion the answer is “No”. We have had another expensive survey undertaken by experts, the cost of which could have been spent […]

Cayman Islands PSPB celebrates 25th anniversary with evening event

The Public Service Pensions Board (PSPB) held an evening event to celebrate its 25th anniversary on Friday, 3 March. Held at the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, the dinner included the unveiling of the pension provider’s new logo, as well as an anniversary video featuring music by Emmy-winning local and international musicians and members of […]

Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce latest SME workshop

From Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce The Cayman Islands Chamber’s Small Business Development Centre recently held its latest SME Workshop of 2017. Over 40 local SME owners and entrepreneurs were present to hear the presentation delivered by global marketing expert, Michael Ferrier. Michael is an International Marketing expert, who played a prominent role in establishing […]

Ogier’s Hong Kong office advises on one of Asia’s first hedge funds structured utilising Cayman LLCs

Ogier has advised on an innovative and high profile Asian fund launch, one of the first hedge funds established under the new Cayman Islands Limited Liability Companies Law. Ogier acted as Cayman Islands legal advisor to Vanhau Asset Management Limited, a Hong Kong based investment manager founded by Vishweshwar Anantharam and William Hau, on the […]

St Lucia journalist ‘SetsTheAgender’

From Caribbean News Now CASTRIES, St Lucia — TV producer and United Nations Journalist Fellow 2012), Sarah Peter, is calling on members of the public to help #settheagender. The initiative, which is the brainchild of the Saint Lucian journalist and human rights advocate, is aimed at encouraging more discussion on domestic violence and rape against […]