October 21, 2021

The Editor Speaks: Rules are made for breaking (and violated, even)

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Or more correct – “rules are meant to be broken”. This means if something has to be stated as a rule, it is something that is not absolutely necessary, but rather preferable. So while theoretically you would be better off never breaking the rule, it’s expected that you have a tendency to break the rule. […]

The Editor Speaks: The law was not followed but……

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Jobs for Caymanians! That is the trumpet call. Laws were put into place to protect Caymanians. Transparency. Caymanians must have the opportunity to take the top jobs. This applies, especially when the jobs are Government bodies. When our most proven financial qualified Caymanian, Marco Archer, incredibly lost his seat at the last election, we knew […]

Cayman Islands: PAC welcomes Auditor General’s Report on Governance in Aviation Bodies

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The members of the Cayman Islands Public Accounts Committee considered the Auditor General’s report entitled “Governance in aviation bodies – summary of key findings” at its meeting on 26 July 2017. The report summarises the common themes emerging from audits carried out reviewing governance in Cayman Islands three aviation bodies – Cayman Airways, Ltd., Cayman Islands Airport […]

The Editor Speaks: Cayman’s aviation body still needs action says Aud.G

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Cayman Islands Auditor General Sue Winspear, has reviewed the three aviation bodies, Cayman Airways, Ltd., Cayman Islands Airport Authority and the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands. She found a number of the issues identified in a December 2013 report remained, although some actions have now been taken. “We therefore identified a number of […]