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Archives for November 6, 2019

Cayman: National Community Enhancement Project Winter 2019

CAYMAN ISLANDS (GIS) – The final National Community Enhancement (NiCE) Project for 2019 will run for three weeks starting on Monday, 25 November 2019. “I look forward to my Ministry once again delivering the NiCE programme to help build stronger communities and support the most vulnerable, in keeping with the Government’s broad policy outcomes,” said Minister […]

Cayman: Civil service leaders in development

Senior Civil Servants achieve Level 3 Certificate in Leadership and Management Civil Servants have access to World Class learning and development through the Cayman Islands Civil Service College Deputy Governor and Head of the Civil Service, Hon Franz Manderson, MBE, JP presented several senior civil servant leaders with certificates at a small gathering last Wednesday […]

Cayman: FCCA Cruise Conference 2019

A Cayman Islands delegation took part in the 26th Annual Florida Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) Cruise Conference and trade show held in Puerto Rico, Oct 21-25. The ​FCCA ​conference is ​a four-day ​event ​designed ​to ​foster ​a ​better ​understanding ​of ​the ​inner ​workings ​of ​the ​cruise ​industry and help attendees improve their cruise tourism business. Through ​specialized […]

The Editor speaks: Why proper accounting is essential

The days are over when committees are set up with volunteers, a treasurer from within that committee is appointed and monies from outside are paid in, without any oversight. Whilst the Pirates Week Office accounts are scrutinized by the government appointed accountants, the District Committees accounts have not come under this umbrella. Things have changed. […]

Cayman: Flu vaccine now available

The Director of Primary Health Care, Dr Samuel Williams Rodriguez, is advising of the arrival of this year’s flu vaccine.  Vaccines for the seasonal flu will be available at the Cayman Islands Hospital, District Health Centres in Grand Cayman, Faith Hospital Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman Clinic.  The locations and times are listed below: –  […]

Cayman Islands: Show me the money: Identification and Preservation of Assets in the Cayman Islands

Last Updated: 5 November 2019 Article by David Lee and Mehreen Siddiqui Appleby From Mondaq The Cayman Islands has long had a developed arbitration framework providing for the recognition and enforcement of international arbitration awards. As the Cayman Islands is also a jurisdiction in which many organisations hold substantial assets, this can prove a valuable route for enforcement. […]

‘The hate is strong in that one’: Jessica Mulroney hits back at swimsuit photo [taken on Grand Cayman] critics

By Ekizabeth Di Filipo From Yahoo Lifestyle Jessica Mulroney has zero time for online bullies. The media strategist and stylist hit back at trolls after she was body shamed for sharing a swimsuit snap to Instagram. While on location in the Cayman Islands filming her upcoming Netflix series, “I Do, Redo,” the 39-year-old shared a photo […]

Maples Group relocates two senior litigators to London

The Maples Group is pleased to announce the relocation of two of its senior Dispute Resolution and Insolvency lawyers from its British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands offices to London. David Welford, Of Counsel and a senior member of the BVI Dispute Resolution and Insolvency team and Christian La-Roda Thomas, Of Counsel* and a key […]

Solution for Economic Substance Regulations in the Cayman Islands

By Ayasa Global Financial Services About this Event The Cayman Islands Government has passed the Securities Investment Business (Amendment) Law, 2019. The Economic Substance Law introduces certain reporting and economic substance requirements for ‘relevant entities’ conducting ‘relevant activities’ located locally on the island. In response, Ayasa Globo has proposed solutions that will allow you to […]

From the Cayman Islands to an Ulster Final for Clans’ adopted son

By Eugene Creaney From ARMAGHI Tuda Murphy following his son Shay and Clan Na Gael Tuda Murphy turned 39 this week and it could be a double celebration should Clan Na Gael’s under 16 side make history this weekend. The Lurgan side are hoping to win the Ulster title on Sunday against Burren of Co. Down in the final […]