Thursday, July 18, 2019

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The Luxuries in Life

If you feel like treating yourself, or you just happen to have extra thousands of dollars burning a hole in your pocket, you might want to consider a little luxury. Whether it is a possession or experience, these items certainly fall into that category.

Cryptocurrencies: Crypto hedge funds attracted new money despite bitcoin losses in 2018

Crypto hedge funds managed to grow their assets under management threefold in 2018 despite the difficult market conditions last year.

Globalisation: The shifting sands of the global economy

In an age of on-demand media, flashing stock market tickers and minute-by-minute market commentary, it is easy to forget that real shifts in underlying economies happen at a comparatively much slower pace.

Life’s little luxuries

If you feel like treating yourself, or you just happen to have extra thousands of dollars burning a hole in your pocket, you might want to consider a little luxury. Whether it is a possession or experience, these items certainly fall into that category.

Critical evaluation prompts renewed anti-money laundering push

It had been Cayman’s worst kept secret for months. When the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force eventually published its evaluation of the islands’ anti-money laundering regime in March, few were surprised by the criticism.

Complying with CFATF standards will cost Cayman millions

After the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force released its scathing report in March on the shortcomings in Cayman’s anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing regimes, government officials promised a “comprehensive action plan” to address the shortcomings and avoid having the territory placed on a CFATF grey list.

Wealth distribution: OECD says middle class is getting squeezed

It is a common parental promise and expectation that the next generation will be able to lead a better, richer and easier life. And while this has been true for decades since World War II, the past 20 to 30 years have been different. Millions in industrialised countries have come to realise that their wealth is stagnating.

Transportation: Traffic initiatives planned for Cayman

The current debate about traffic congestion on Grand Cayman has brought about all kinds of hypothetical solutions.

What’s new in transportation?

As new development and upgraded infrastructure continue to improve Grand Cayman, in particular, transportation services are upping their game as well.

Insurance: Drones, imaging tech could save insurers millions after hurricanes

Sitting at his desk on the second floor of the Saxon Centre on Eastern Avenue, Saxon technology manager Mitchel Wright pulled up a digital image of the Newlands area on his computer.

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