- Mail Call: Sargassum summer
- Weekender Spotlight
- Clearing sargassum comes with environmental risks
- Caribbean community discovers Cayman’s heritage
- UCCI nursing building to be delayed
- Prisons seeking extra space to house inmates
- Young musicians head to prestigious summer camp in New York
- Chess champ Hou Yifan wins 22 games at once
- Clifton Hunter publishes student newspaper
- New UCCI vice president and provost announced
Most people know that making a will is the “adult thing” to do, especially when children and other dependents are involved. However, like most unpleasant things in life, we tend to put it off for as long as possible.
2017 can be characterized as a year that should be celebrated. The world’s economy enjoyed synchronized global growth, with all major developed economies reporting positive GDP growth.
Traveling to the British Virgin Islands for the first time since the territory was devasted by Hurricane Irma last September is an eye-opening experience for those familiar with what was once a flourishing, high-end tourism destination.
It is difficult to see a bright future for offshore financial centers amid media attacks, international tax information exchange, initiatives to curb cross-border profit shifting by multinational companies, anti-tax avoidance measures, transparency efforts that erode financial privacy and more extensive compliance rules.
The return of market volatility over the first four months of 2018 has come at an interesting time in the global economic cycle.
The next time you meet your Money Laundering Reporting Officers (MLRO), spend a moment to chat with them and to fully understand the demands of their role, the conditions under which they work, and try to assess how enviable or not, their job is. Some would say their role is thankless but essential.
The “tax haven” stigma has come back to bite Cayman again, this time in the form of recent announcements by a handful of United Kingdom water companies that they will be shutting down their Cayman-based subsidiaries.
Risk management processes are not sufficiently taking account of the business risks associated the rapid adoption of emerging technologies, according to a report by insurance broker Marsh and RIMS, the risk management society.
Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, blockchain technology and initial coin offerings (ICOs) have been the buzzwords in the tech sphere for the past couple of years.
The April classified advertisement is a little scary, seeking a “systems engineer,” listing a dozen profoundly technical skills an applicant should have in order to gain the $65,000-$77,000 position at the Health Services Authority.
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