- International regulators demand legislative changes from Cayman
- Mark Luke memorialized for years of dedicated service
- The green iguana gold rush
- DoE: Contaminated wetlands pose little risk to humans
- Cayman National ousts longtime president
- Legislators support stalking bills
- UCCI set to unveil new degree program for working adults
- Cayman loses treasured guitarist with death of Swanky’s Jonathan Ebanks
- Holiday cards now on sale
- Registration opens for Jingle Bell Run
A group of professionals in the Cayman Islands is campaigning for gender equality in the workplace.
On Oct. 15, 2015, women gathered for the inaugural Cayman Islands’ chapter meeting of 100 Women Who Care, which culminated in more than $42,500 being raised for the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre, a domestic violence organization – an astonishing amount and a fitting cause, given the group’s female attendees.
For more than 40 years, the Business and Professional Women’s Club of Grand Cayman has been working to create a better environment for local women and future members of the workforce.
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According to documentation recently received from the Department of Immigration, there are approximately 350 expatriates holding Residency and Employment Rights Certificates (RERCs) as the spouse of a Caymanian. We expect this number will increase.
The principle of open justice requires that justice must literally be seen to be done. But there are occasions when openness of court proceedings will be at odds with the requirements of justice.
About three years ago, Global Risk and Data Authority Limited launched a platform aimed at automating the know-your-client and anti-money laundering compliance processes for banks in Cayman, as well as onshore correspondent banks.
Cayman’s energy market will need to see a radical transformation over the next two decades to meet the ambitious goals outlined in the first National Energy Policy passed last year.
Cayman is globally renowned for its tourism and financial services, but is not known for having a pharmaceutical industry.
The Cayman Islands saw more mergers and acquisition transactions than any other offshore jurisdiction in the first half of 2018, as the total value of Cayman deals increased by nearly 50 percent over the second half of 2017.
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