Stuart Bostock’s Security Centre Ltd. has protected a dozen high-profile personalities, and continues to prosper in the face of global threats – bombings, personal attacks and multiple casualties.
There has been a flurry of activity over the past six months in the halls of the Financial Services Ministry in Cayman and its counterparts in the United Kingdom and the other overseas territories on how and when to share company ownership information with law enforcement and tax authorities overseas.
In February, the Baltic Dry Index, which assesses the prices of moving major raw materials by sea, dropped to an all-time low of 290 points.
Linking arms in front of Bermuda’s parliament building, a large group of committed protesters earlier this year shut down debate on a controversial immigration reform bill that promised to offer “pathways to status” for expatriates in the territory.
On June 23, a referendum will be held in the U.K. for voters to decide whether the country should leave or remain in the European Union.
Elections are, by their nature, uncertain, which is why they are held in the first place.
Over the next three years, Cayman Islands residents are going to be hearing a lot more about what’s going on in the United Kingdom.
A Panamanian company set up by Canover Watson that was allegedly used to receive a $1.1 million bribe payment from Traffic Sports to Jeffrey Webb is the same entity that had a controversial $600,000 loan agreement with the Cayman Islands Football Association, documents reveal.
The spread of the Zika virus, a growing medical threat through much of the Americas, demands “urgent action” from regional governments to help control the potential economic damage an epidemic could cause, according to the World Bank and other institutions.
There is growing unease in the banking industry that a possible failure of the global economic recovery will hurt the still fragile banking system.
Craig Wright, chief economist at Royal Bank of Canada, admits he is slightly more optimistic than the consensus in his economic outlook. Yet he...
Frank Bentayou “Concern in Caribbean is unfounded.” That’s the pithy first line of an email Stewart Chiron sent during a mid-trip pause in Dallas last week...
Last year was a roller coaster of a year for analysts of global economics and politics. Here is the forecast for 2106 and beyond.
A U.K.-based nonprofit striving to widen the pool of board-ready candidates to increase diversity on boards globally launches in Cayman.
A recent decision limits the authority of directors to present a winding- up petition.
Interest rate policy only becomes critical if the rates are raised more quickly than previously planned.
The aviation agreement between the governments of the United Sates and Cuba is one step toward a more open tourism market in the island nation.
The U.K. Public Accounts Committee has criticized the lack of enforcement and prosecutions of offshore tax evasion by HM Revenue and Customs in a performance report.
She would have driven the backhoe, dug the swimming pool and plumbed the pipes, but Suzy Soto merely removed the turtle grass, drove a truck and bore children.
A letter by Eric St-Cyr.