Cayman Finance says its good relationship with government will be showcased at its second annual breakfast meeting in New York next week.
CEO Jude Scott says the briefing is key to showing international investors the Cayman Islands is a stable place to do business.
“It is imperative we remain accessible to our key stakeholders and that we are proactive in promoting the advancements within the jurisdiction both at the government and private sector level. That is what keeps at the forefront of the global financial services industry,” he said.
Cayman Finance will host the breakfast briefing next Wednesday. Financial Services Hon. Wayne Panton will also address the meeting.
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