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  • Panton – Clinton comments no direct threat to Cayman

    January 19, 2016
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    While Financial Services Minister Hon Wayne Panton has taken note of statements made by US Democratic presidential candidate hopeful Hilary Clinton on targeting Cayman Islands and other offshore centres he says he is not too bothered at this time, reports the Cayman Reporter.

    “It sounds like Mrs Clinton’s (tax) proposal would be of domestic application and I don’t see it…

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  • CIMA at Cayman Captive Forum 2015

    January 19, 2016
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    In December, staff of CIMA participated in the 23rd annual Cayman Captive Forum organized by the Insurance Managers Association of Cayman (IMAC). Held at The Ritz-Carlton, the conference attracted over 1,400 participants, including insurance managers and service providers from all over the world. Also invited as presenters were Deputy Managing Director (DMD) – Operations, Mr. Patrick Bodden; Deputy Heads…

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  • Sir John Chadwick retires as President of the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal

    January 5, 2016
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    New Court of Appeal President Slated for January Swearing in with characteristic avoidance of fanfare, Sir John Chadwick said his goodbyes in late November, having completed his last sitting as President of the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal. Sir John formally retires from his seven-year tenure mid-January.

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  • Panton battles latest blacklist

    December 24, 2015
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    Financial Services Minister Wayne Panton is still battling to get the Cayman Islands taken off the latest blacklist, maintaining that the inclusion of Cayman on the European blacklist of financial centres was completely inappropriate and misinformed.

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  • Cayman Islands reject Cameron’s tax offensive

    December 23, 2015
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    David Cameron has been urged to intensify efforts to prise open offshore companies by campaigners who say the resistance of Britain’s overseas territories to his transparency drive is a “national embarrassment”.

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