Cayman Finance News

  • Hundreds benefit from Cayman Finance Industry Ambassador Program

    October 11, 2018
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    Hundreds of people have boosted their knowledge about the Cayman Islands’ financial services industry and its importance to the economy through an initiative launched by Cayman Finance. The Industry Ambassador Program featured four e-learning modules: an overview of Cayman’s financial services industry; the role of Cayman’s financial services industry to the local economy; the role of Cayman’s financial services...

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  • Armour Expo dispels cybersecurity myths

    September 24, 2018
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    “We are using antivirus protection,” “Our IT department is taking care of it,” “We have lots of internet security tools” and “We are not connected to the internet or the internet of Things” and therefore “we are secure” are some of the perceptions that were shattered at this year’s Armour Expo conference. Antivirus software only detects viruses but nothing...

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  • Minister Rivers Addresses Shipping Conference

    July 12, 2018
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    Minister for Financial Service and Home Affairs, Hon. Tara Rivers highlighted that seagoing vessels registered in the Cayman Islands are on the “white list” with three leading global entities when they undergo inspections in foreign seaports. Minister Rivers was speaking on behalf of the Cayman Islands Government at the opening of the meeting of the Caribbean MOU on Port...

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  • United front in Cayman UK Battle: Premier-Issue goes beyond public registries

    June 13, 2018
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    Cayman’s leaders mount a united front as the country prepares to face what Premier Alden McLaughlin describes as a fight for our very existence. Speaking at yesterday’s (24 May) media briefing the Premier made it clear Cayman’s fight is not against public beneficial ownership registries. But rather the fight is about this country’s right to legislate locally and not...

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  • UK Legislation not ‘death knell’ for Cayman business

    June 12, 2018
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    The head of Cayman’s primary financial services industry representative group said Wednesday that a move to force public registers of company ownership upon British Overseas Territories by December 2020 will not have any immediate “significant impact” on international business conducted in the jurisdiction. Cayman Finance Chief Executive Officer Jude Scott did warn that Cayman needed to “use its time...

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