September 15, 2019

RBC hires manager

RBC Wealth Management, part of Royal Bank of Canada (RY on TSX and NYSE), today announced the appointment of John D’Amato as Manager Investments Services, Caribbean, based in George Town, Grand Cayman. Mr. D’Amato joins RBC Wealth Management’s Caribbean Investments team where he will be responsible for overseeing the delivery of international wealth management services […]


“The public will understand what I’ve done for them” Premier McKeeva Bush yesterday laid to rest any lingering hopes for cruise-ship berthing in Red Bay, saying construction in George Town would make the best use of national resources. At the same time, he predicted as much as another eight weeks until the final ForCayman Alliance Agreement […]

VoluntEARS return to Cayman

Staff of the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism (DOT) teamed up with the Disney Cruise Line VoluntEARS on Tuesday, 13 December 2011 to bring the joy of Christmas to the students of Miss Nadine’s Pre-School and the Lighthouse School. An annual event, this is a part of Disney’s efforts to be a good corporate citizen […]

Junior Achievement Cayman celebrates 20 years

With the launch of Junior Achievement 2011 underway and the 20th anniversary of the programme in the Cayman Islands being celebrated, Paul Byles, President of Junior Achievement of the Cayman Islands, said the programme could not be possible without the generous support and involvement of Cayman’s business community. “The Cayman business community is an integral part […]

NCVO recognises long service staff

Mrs. Janice Wilson, NCVO CEO, awarded four NCVO employees for “Long Service Recognition” who have a combined employment of 91 years! The employees who received certificates were acknowledged and commended for their hard work and contribution at the NCVO’s Miss Nadine’s preschool and Jack & Jill Nursery. Mrs. Wilson commented saying “We are delighted to acknowledge […]

Cops help encourage sport in Windsor Park

Young people in Windsor Park are now better equipped to play sport in their free time – thanks to the teamwork of Cayman Crime Stoppers and the RCIPS. Crime Stoppers has provided a number of branded footballs and basketballs as part of a community sporting initiative spearheaded by neighbourhood officer Police Constable Cardiff Robinson. PC […]

OFCs ‘not to blame’ for global financial woes, says ex-regulator

“Irresponsible” governments, regulators and banks are mainly responsible for the global recession, not Offshore Financial Centers, said Tim Ridley, former Chairman of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority. “It is a myth that OFCs are primarily responsible for the recent financial meltdowns,” he told OffshoreAlert. “The harsh reality is that the US meltdown resulted from an alliance […]

Battle of the West at the Annex

The third day of the 2011/2012 CUC Primary Football League (PFL) Playoffs took place this past Saturday, January 14 at the Annex Field with the “Battle of the West” being the featured game in the prestigious Under 11 Champions Cup division. The day’s proceedings began with the Under 9 Consolation Cup as Playoff leaders George […]

A taste of posh-nosh heaven

Cayman Cookout was a chance for foodies from all over the world to converge on Cayman in droves, for a high-class taste of posh nosh heaven. There were demonstrations of cooking the most wonderful food imaginable from internationally renowned top chefs, in front of a salivating audience, who waited patiently for a chance to sample […]

Contestants heavy cake competition

The much anticipated Taste of Cayman Heavy Cake competition and exhibition returns to this year’s event and will be held during the festival on Saturday 28th of January at Camana Bay. “All Things Cayman” is a  dedicated area in the festival that will draw special attention to and truly demonstrate the Cayman Islands rich cultural […]