November 16, 2018

Archives for June 6, 2018

Overseas territories to fight public register demands

By Max Walters From Law Gazette UK At least two UK overseas territories are preparing to launch a challenge to the government’s plans to impose a public register of beneficial owner of companies. Both the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and the Cayman Islands are prepared to fight the plans. The BVI is already in the process […]

EBACE: Cayman Islands promotes aircraft registry’s new commercial offering

From FlightGlobal The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) is out in force at the show to promote the island’s aircraft registry to private and commercial operators of business aircraft in Europe. CAACI, in partnership with the Cayman Enterprise City, is touting the benefits of establishing “a principal place of business” at its […]

The Editor Speaks: Butterflies

I have missed seeing butterflies over the past few years so it has been a joy to suddenly see so many white ones these last couple of months. There have been swarms of them particularly on my way to and from Bodden Town and on the East West arterial. This was highlighted on CITN/Cayman27 last […]

Letter to the Editor

Bahamas indisputable true national debt of over 700 billion US$ ; established by law and ratified by the courts, now exposed to the world By Anthony Wright Dear, Officials and Members of United Nations, Commonwealth Int., World Trade Organization, International Compliance Association, International Chamber of Commerce, OAS, OECD, OECS, CARICOM, IDB, IMF, World Bank, Exim […]

AHAB v SICL & Others: the most significant fraud trial ever to be heard in the Cayman Islands

By partners Colette Wilkins & Shelley White, Walkers Cayman Islands Introduction After a trial lasting a little over a year, the Chief Justice of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands has handed down judgment in the case of AHAB v SICL & Others; the most significant fraud trial, both in terms of value and […]

Cayman Islands attends integrity and commission conference

Cayman Islands representatives joined country leaders from across the Caribbean at a Commonwealth integrity and anti-corruption conference that opened Monday afternoon (June 4, 2018) in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos. According to a press release from the Seventh Day Adventist Church, This fourth annual conference of the Commonwealth Caribbean Association of Integrity Commissions and Anti-Corruption Bodies […]

Veteran West Indies batsman recalled to 13-man squad

BY AZAD ALI From Caribbean Life Veteran Grenadian and former West Indies batsman Devon Smith has been recalled to the 13-man West Indies squad for the Sri Lanka three-Test series in the Caribbean this month. Smith, 37, last played international cricket on England’s three-Test tour of the Caribbean when he managed just 94 runs from […]

Worst airports in world 1

The 19 worst airports in the world Part 1 By Tom Murray From Business Insider IMAGE: airport departure board travel Ekaterina Pokrovsky/Shutterstock.com Your flying experience doesn’t just depend on what airline you’re flying with — but also what airport you’re flying from. As well as ranking the best airlines in the world, flight compensation company […]

UK: US$70M, 2-Year Deportation Bill sends 900 back to Caribbean

From teleSUR UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid said 63 people may have been unjustly deported to the Caribbean and that the Home Office is investigating. According to figures disclosed by United Kingdom (UK) immigration state minister,Caroline Nokes, about 1,000 people, suspected to be undocumented immigrants, were deported to the Caribbean, one year before the Windrush […]

The truth about sex robots: Panic, pleasure and a candlelit dinner

By Christopher Trout From engadget RealDollx is about to make history. So what happens when the humanoids finally leave the lab? Dr. Oz isn’t happy about the future of sex. The day I’m scheduled to appear on his show, the television physician and Oprah protege has assembled a cast of victims and villains that includes […]