April 25, 2019

Letter to the Editor

Anonymous INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY This is a very sad day for the Cayman Islands. This is not the time to take a critical position of rejoicing at a man’s misfortune in his day of adversity. There are still those among us that are concerned for what happened to the Honorable Premier McKeeva Bush on […]

Deciding between wills and trusts for non-Cayman domiciliaries

By Giorgio Subiotto, David Cooney, Marcus Leese and Charlie Sparrow From Ogier Introduction If an individual owns Cayman Islands situated property, it is important to address the question of what will happen on the death of that person. In some cases, a foreign Will is sufficient to deal with the Cayman assets, in other cases, […]

Cayman responds to global regulation challenges

Hedgeweek’s interview with Matt Mulry of Dillon Eustace – Last year’s Weavering case, in which Justice Jones QC examined in detail the role of independent directors and the operation of a Cayman fund, proved to be a watershed moment for the Cayman Islands. Neither of the Weavering Macro Fixed Income Fund’s directors was Cayman-based or […]

Cayman Turtle Farm review team labeled as already compromised by WSPA

Even though an independent review of the Cayman Turtle Farm (CTF) began Monday (10), following revelations by the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) of shocking farm conditions with turtles “trapped in prison like tanks, barely surviving in their own filth and fed an unnatural diet, these wild naturally solitary creatures are paraded […]

CMA asks Cayman community to pray

In light of the troubling events of this week in our islands, the Cayman Ministers’ Association (CMA) is issuing an encouragement to the Christian community to continue to pray for our country and for “all those who are in authority”, especially for the Premier and his family. We further call for the people of our […]

KeyTech commits to Cayman despite large loss

“KeyTech is firmly committed to Logic Cayman, where we have invested and continue to invest in a fiber rollout strategy. In November of this year, 2012, Logic Cayman was the first provider of IPTV and the first to offer a triple play service in Grand Cayman. The 2012 6-month consolidated profits are actually up by […]

Budget Delivery Committee stresses vigilance

At the Deputy Governor and Chief Officer’s Meeting held on Monday 3rd December, 2012 an update on the November Budget Delivery Committee Meeting was given by Acting Deputy Governor, Dax Basdeo, who said they had met on November 29th and stressed there was a need for continued vigilance. A memorandum from Deputy governor, Franz Manderson, […]

Securing Cayman Islands residency by proof of independent means or by way of direct investment

By Giorgio Subiotto, David Cooney, Marcus Leese and Charlie Sparrow From Ogier Summary This Briefing Note relates to two processes by which an individual (and his or her family) can potentially be granted a right to reside in the Cayman Islands. At Ogier, our Private Wealth Team can assist with the making of these applications […]

Police Commissioner is not amused

Statement from Police Commissioner David Baines “It has come to my attention over the past 24 hours that there have been two very separate but distinct attempts to undermine the credibility of both the RCIPS and me personally. “It is not lost on me that these attacks come at a time when we are in […]

9 New cases of dengue under investigation says PHD

The following update re Dengue Fever cases in the Cayman Islands has been released from the Public health Department (PHD) Dengue Update as of December 8, 2012 Total cases under investigation for dengue since the beginning of the year: 82 Since the last update as of 30 November 2012, there had been 9 new cases […]