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Moore Stephens Decosimo Cayman Limited sponsors CI Olympic Committee


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CAYMAN ISLANDS (October 22, 2013) — Moore Stephens Decosimo Cayman Limited, the Cayman Islands office of the accounting firm Decosimo, today announced its commitment to the Cayman Islands Olympic Committee (CIOC) as the Official Professional Services Sponsor of the Cayman Islands Olympic, Youth Olympic, Commonwealth, Youth Commonwealth, Pan American and CAC Teams, as well as the development of sport in the Cayman Islands.

“As part of an international association of independent accounting and business advisory firms, Moore Stephens Decosimo Cayman Limited offers a global reach with a local perspective when it comes to supporting our clients competing across the globe,” said Karl Jordan, Managing Director for the accounting firm’s Cayman Islands office. “This promise is especially important as we support the Olympic spirit and competitive drive of the CIOC and Cayman Islands athletes both as fans and as a professional services partner.”

As professional services partner, Moore Stephens Decosimo Cayman Limited will provide audit, consulting and financial advisory services to help the CIOC and the Cayman Island Olympic Team operate efficiently and successfully throughout their quest to the Olympic Games.

With an office in Grand Cayman, Moore Stephens Decosimo Cayman Limited offers a full range of accounting, audit, tax and financial advisory services to clients worldwide and provides access to resources in every major market around the globe as part of one of the world’s largest CPA firm associations Moore Stephens International Limited which comprises 299 firms across 101 countries.


The Cayman Islands Olympic Committee (CIOC) selects, organizes and sends national teams to represent the Cayman Islands to all multi-sport Games; assists the member associations in sport development; and promotes Olympism across the Cayman Islands. The Cayman Islands Olympic Committee, founded in 1973 and recognized by the International Olympic Committee in 1976, has now developed to a body representative of 29 member-sports. CIOC also acts as the Cayman Islands Commonwealth Games Association (CGA). As such, they organize the Commonwealth Games and access funding for sport development and athlete preparation through the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) international grant programs. They also organize the Pan American Games and access funding for sport development and athlete preparation through the Pan American Sports Organisation (PASO) international grant programs, as well as the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games.

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