December 15, 2019

New Cayman Islands representative to the UK and Europe takes up post next month

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GRAND CAYMAN (GIS) – The Ministry of International Trade, Investment, Aviation and Maritime Affairs has appointed André Ebanks to be the Cayman Islands Representative to the United Kingdom and Europe with effect from Monday, 2 September 2019. Mr Ebanks is currently the Deputy Chief Officer in the Ministry of Community Affairs. His three-year secondment, as head […]

New Cayman Islands recruits to target UK trade

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By Samantha Mayling From Travel Weekly The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism has appointed Adrian White as regional manager to oversee marketing in the UK and European region. Based in the Department of Tourism’s office in London, White’s task will be to implement the Cayman Islands’ global five-year tourism plan and increase visitor numbers from the […]

New Cayman Islands police helicopter to arrive soon

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Issued by: The Cayman Islands Governor’s Office & the Office of the Premier New RCIPS Helicopter to Arrive Soon His Excellency The Governor, Martyn Roper and the Honourable Premier, Alden McLaughlin announced that the new RCIPS helicopter, which is being jointly funded by the Cayman Islands and the UK, will be arriving on island within […]

New Cayman Islands police website launches as a platform for greater communication and transparency

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By Jacqueline Carpenter From RCIPS Today (Tue), 1 May, the RCIPS launched a new website that significantly expands public access to immediate information about public safety, crime news and the RCIPS itself.  The new site, which displays all police press releases publicly for the first time and features an interactive beat map, is a sophisticated […]

New Cayman Islands ministry to address immigration issues

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From Jamaica Observer GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CMC) — Premier Alden McLaughlin says his new administration will be addressing several issues related to immigration with the establishment of a Human Resources Ministry to deal with “all aspects of employment in Cayman”.McLaughlin made the disclosure during a press conference earlier this week, where he also announced […]

New Cayman Islands law could protect financial criminals

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By Kenneth Rijock From Kenneth Rijock’s Financial Crime Blog A bill pending in the Cayman Islands this month, regarding the expungement of criminal felony convictions, could have unintended consequences that will endanger the investing public, putting them at the mercy known financial criminals, posing as legitimate advisers. The proposed law, known as the Criminal Records (Spent […]

New Cayman Islands law makes LLC an available vehicle option

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From CohnReznick Synopsis As of July 8, 2016, the Limited Liabilities Companies Law 2016 (the “LLC Law”), which makes a limited liability company a vehicle option in the Cayman Islands, has taken effect. The LLC Law comes in response to requests from the investment funds industry to the Cayman Islands government to offer an additional […]

New Cayman Islands singles association seeks to counter social isolation

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A new singles association, Singles-in-Christ (SIC), has been formed to provide support and opportunities for interaction in a population sector that is experiencing an increasing sense of social isolation. The new association is open to single persons of any age or religious affiliation. SIC was formed at the conclusion of a singles retreat held over […]

CIAA Statement on ORIA Design Concept Concerns

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Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (12 March, 2015) Now that plans for the Owen Roberts International Airport’s (ORIA) expansion project design concept have been revealed, the Cayman Islands Airports Authority (CIAA) has received many messages of support as well as some concerns from the public regarding the new design. These issues include the removal of the […]

New Cayman Islands police officers graduate

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The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service welcomed eight men and four women as its newest police officers at a graduation ceremony late last week. At the event, which followed 16 weeks of intensive training, the young officers presented their first salute and march past before Her Excellency the Governor, Helen Kilpatrick at the Harquail Theatre […]