October 17, 2019

Cayman Islands’ turtle nesting season off to early start

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The Cayman Islands Department of Environment (DoE) is reminding residents and visitors to watch out for sea turtles nesting on our beaches over the next several months. Although it’s only April, DoE scientists have already recorded one nest along Grand Cayman’s south coast. The busiest part of turtle nesting season typically runs from May through […]

Cayman Islands police hosts Inter-Agency Counterterrorism Workshop, 4-6 December

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From RCIPS The first Cayman Islands International Counterterrorism Workshop was held on Grand Cayman from 4-6 December 2018. This was facilitated by instructors from the National Counterterrorism Center with support from US Treasury Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigations. The principal aim of the workshop was to share expert knowledge and experiences involving counterterrorism […]

Termination of Cayman Vehicles – Act quickly to avoid 2016 annual fees and audit

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From Ogier CIMA has historically allowed registered funds that have operated but are now being terminated to apply for a part-year audit waiver when the initial termination filings are made. Although the waivers were discretionary, CIMA almost always granted them. However, CIMA has recently changed its policy on this and from 1 October 2015 it […]

Cayman Islands Law amended to enable preliminary relief in aid of foreign proceedings

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By Eric (Rick) S. Rein From The National Law Review Tuesday, December 16, 2014 Today, litigants are confronted with defendants who have sought to put assets beyond reach by moving them overseas, often into trusts or corporate structures in International Financial Centers. In response to the increasing internationalization of commercial fraud and a concern that […]