Cayman News

  • ‘We haven’t turned our back on Cayman,’ utility company says

    August 16, 2017
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    Reports that the U.K.-based Thames Water Utilities Ltd. could soon cut ties with the Cayman Islands are “highly premature,” according to Thames public relations consultant Sundeep Tucker.

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  • New legislation intended to prevent terrorist financing

    August 16, 2017
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    Government currently has no idea about how many nonprofit organizations operate in the territory, according to Ministry of Financial Services and Home Affairs Policy Officer Wilbur Welcome.

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  • Cayman LLCs: One Year On

    August 11, 2017
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    The pace of regulatory developments in the offshore arena means that change is now constant. But while a significant proportion of the media focus has been on either new or reformed rules on the compliance side such as the Common Reporting Standards, registers of beneficial ownership and the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting agenda, there are also industry-driven developments…

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  •  Data protection law set for 2019 start

    August 10, 2017
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    The Cayman Islands Cabinet has proposed a start date of January 2019 for strict privacy protection rules that will affect every private and public sector entity involved in processing someone’s personal information.

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  • Data protection law set for 2019 start

    August 3, 2017
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    The Cayman Islands Cabinet has proposed a start date of January 2019 for strict privacy protection rules that will affect every private and public sector entity involved in processing someone’s personal information.

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