December 8, 2019

Cayman Islands court secrecy on the rise: 55% of recent financial cases are sealed

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By David Marchant From OffshoreAlert The court that hears international business disputes in the Cayman Islands is sealing records of liquidations and other cases at unprecedented levels, meaning that foreign investors, creditors, and clients of Cayman-domiciled hedge funds and other companies are not alerted to insolvencies and other problems, OffshoreAlert can reveal. One third of […]

Cayman Islands: The use of Cayman Islands structures in Islamic finance

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By Jonathan Caulton, Maples and Calder From Mondaq Expertise in the ever-growing Islamic finance market Maples and Calder’s Islamic finance team has been involved in many of the most innovative Islamic finance transactions, including the largest Sukuk issuance to date, the first Sukuk issuance in the UK, the first Sukuk to be listed on the […]

Caymanian Bar Association wants acting judges to be resident in Cayman Islands

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Judicial Appointments From Caymanian Bar Association We welcome our six newly appointed acting judges and Chief Justice Kawaley and Mr Raj Parker who have recently been sworn in as Grand Court Judges (and part time judges) in the Financial Services Division. They are obviously able appointees. The public should know though that the legal profession […]