Monday, March 25, 2019

Pricing is the key

While real estate activity still remains muted for properties over $500,000, there are some encouraging signs of an improvement in buying interest. However, it...

Is oil headed higher?

In case you hadn’t noticed, oil is on the march again. After peaking at $145/barrel in July 2008, oil futures prices on the New...

Financial industry, political manoeuvrings

Ernest Csiszar, former president and CEO of the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America, discussed these issues at the Cayman Captive Forum held at...

Permanent residence, challenging economy

A diamond is said to be forever. Permanent residence may not however be as "permanent" as advertised.Cayman has long enjoyed and benefited from the...

FIBA conference review. Latest banking issues discussed

This year marked the ninth edition of the prestigious conference organised by the Florida International Bankers Association in Miami, held at the Intercontinental Hotel...

Leading in financially turbulent times

As you are reading this article the STEP Caribbean Conference is well underway, taking place in Puerto Rico from 4 to 6 May. The...

Around the world

Dubai International adds airlinesTwo more airlines have started operating out of Dubai International Airport taking the total number to more than 125. The airport...

Threatening Cayman business

With the economic crisis creating an investor backlash against hedge funds globally the fire has been fuelled by two US bills intended to protect...

Prophetic or what

Money MarketsLooks like I managed to call the fall in Yen about right - it hasn’t collapsed, but has still managed to give up...

Potential beneficiaries of the US fiscal stimulus

Stock Watch While there has been much debate over the likely success of the Obama administration’s fiscal stimulus package, there seems to be little...

Announcing the YCLA 2009 finalists

The much-anticipated list of finalists for the 2009 Young Cayman Leadership Awards is finally out! The Journal speaks exclusively to the five - Marilyn...

Assuming the crash position

The Journal sits down with new Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce President Eddie Thompson to find out how the organisation intends to assist businesses...

Cayman at a crossroads

Last month’s International Funds Conference entitled ‘Looking Forward: Risks, Opportunities and Solutions’ kicked off a slew of conferences to be held this year in...

How to swim through the political whirlpool

Deutsche Bank’s Frank Kelly gave conference delegates food for thought on political risk around the world. As Managing Director and Head of Government Affairs...

Financial navigation: where do we go from here?

Paul Michael Jenkins, Senior Investment Advisor with Bateman and Company Ltd begins a series of articles focusing on investment trends for the difficult year...

Serving Cayman for 35 years

Like a steady neighbour constantly there when you need it, Cayman National has been servicing the needs of the people of the Cayman Islands...

Step up to training and recruitment: The war for talent part two – winning...

Last part in this series.This new inclusive approach involves a shift in the way companies view their workforce. McKinsey and Company suggests that it...

Brits aim for Caribbean

Although the British are looking to curtain their vacations this year as the recession bites in the UK, when they do take a vacation...

Britain’s visitor numbers fall during peak time

International visitor numbers and spending to the UK have fallen in the key third quarter of the year. In the three months to September...

What does the New Year have in store?

If I could tell you that, I would be typing this from a tax free Caribbean Island. I guess the locale doesn’t automatically make...
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