Conference Calendar

August

25 – 29

URISA’s 4th Caribbean GIS Conference – Evolution and Next Steps
Grand Cayman

The Urban and Regional Information Systems Association has presented four conferences focused on the effective application of Geographic Information Systems and other information technologies within the Caribbean. Previous conferences have taken place in Jamaica (2001), Barbados (2004), the Bahamas (2006) and the Cayman Islands (2008).

Objectives of the Conference
To inform broad cross-section of Caribbean users about GIS technology and applications
To share experiences regarding GIS implementation and management issues
To establish new relationships with the vendor/consultant community
To provide workshops and sessions that are application driven, and are relevant to the Caribbean community of GIS users
To foster a Caribbean GIS network
To assess the state of readiness of national and regional Spatial Data Infrastructures

Contacts: Garry Green (garry.green@gov.ky) and Wendy Nelson (wnelson@urisa.org, 847/824-6300)
Visit www.urisa.org/conferences/caribbean/info for more information.

October

9

Campbells Fund Focus
The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman
A new landscape for fund structures and service providers – meltdown or opportunity
Campbells always well-attended event gives a thorough analysis of current issues relating to the fund industry. Hear an overview of the industry, litigation challenges, liquidation issues and much more.
Visit www.campbells.com.ky/downloads/CampbellsConference for more information.

15-16

Fifth Annual Anti-Money Laundering/Compliance and Financial Crime Conference
Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort

Global Compliance Solutions 5th Annual Anti-Money Laundering/Compliance and Financial Crime Conference is once again set to be the leading forum for financial services in the Region.
This year’s agenda has been expanded to cover not only the issues surrounding regulatory compliance and anti-money laundering initiatives, but will include a focus on financial crime which so often crosses the realm of compliance. Virtually every organisation is affected in some way by these issues.
Leading practitioners will join speakers from industry bodies to outline the challenges the financial services industry will face in 2009 and beyond and how strategies can be enhanced to detect and deter financial crime.
Visit www.compliancecayman.com for more information

 

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