- Football association hires independent auditor
- 3-lane roundabout, underpass open Monday
- Sentencing for Webb postponed for fifth time
- Donors step up to replace stolen Meals on Wheels money
- Express medical facility set to open its doors on Monday
- At least seven cars stolen in two weeks
- Between nature and man, Cayman businesses face myriad threats
- Siri founder shares secrets to success
- Summer camp nears reality for low-income youngsters
- Disabilities council sets future agenda
Applications for the 2017-2018 school year closed only last week for the National Council of Voluntary Organisations’ new $20,000 university scholarship, marking the newest “giving back” community effort by the venerable Cayman charity.
It may not be a calamitous situation yet, says Andy Masters, but if it is not addressed it could turn into a full-fledged human resources crisis.
Offshore financial centers should focus on simplifying their business and having economic substance in their jurisdiction to thrive.
It now appears that the Federal Reserve will increase the Fed funds rate to 1.0 percent to 1.25 percent at the next meeting in June. The probability of this rate hike is firmly at 100 percent based on the most recent Fed forecasts.
In an age dominated by digital devices, entrepreneurs at Cayman’s third annual Impact conference sought to take a step back from smartphones and reconnect with the human element of marketing.
You are only as good as your people. No matter the country or company, competent, diligent and happy people make for success. Compliance personnel are no exception.
When Kim Lund introduced RE/MAX to the Cayman Islands 25 years ago, the real estate company did not have a presence outside of North America.
Financial markets are considered good discounting mechanisms, but they don’t always get the probabilities exactly right. One of these skewed probability moments is currently playing out in markets.
Cayman will remain a successful offshore financial center if it changes the message it has sent out to the world over the past decades, according to Pascal Saint-Amans, director of the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration at the OECD.
When Chris Bailey’s “Anything is Possible” conference kicks off on May 26 at the Kimpton Seafire, a handful of speakers will pose some probing questions – and 200 listeners will weigh innovative answers.
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