Wednesday, April 24, 2019

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...

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...

How to work with your regulator

Cayman’s financial services industry never sits still when it comes to keeping up with and often leading the way on compliance and regulatory issues....

Insurance company forges ahead

The Journal sits down with Garth MacDonald, Chief Executive Officer of Island Heritage, to hear how the company intends to continue to expand and...

The truth behind the market meltdown

As fund managers and other investment industry experts gather in Cayman for the second annual International Funds Conference, scholars from the prestigious Washington think...

Cayman Business Outlook 2009

Key economic forecast for Cayman: can you afford not to attend?The annual Cayman Business Outlook conference has always proved to be an important draw...

Conference Calendar: January

9Second Annual International Funds Conference Looking forward: Risks, Opportunities and SolutionsThe Ritz-Carlton, Grand CaymanSponsored by Cayman National, Stuarts Walker Hersant and PricewaterhouseCoopers, this is...

Building increased competitiveness for Cayman

London-based International Financial Crime Prevention and Compliance Training recently held a financial training week in Cayman geared at helping the financial services industry focusing...

Financial sector commitment reaffirmed

Despite the current economic recession captive insurance professionals from the US converged in Cayman last December with local industry professionals for what has quickly...

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...

Value wines keep to your spirits up

Even though the US is now officially in recession and Cayman waits to see just how hard its economy will be impacted, there is...

Stock Watch: How did we do? A look back at 2008

One of the most valuable and yet humbling exercises that an equity strategist or portfolio manager can undertake is to review their recommendations and...

Appreciate it or lose it

There is no question that the offshore sector benefits the respective jurisdictions, it is a matter of whether policymakers fully appreciate what they are...

Take a long term view

Insurance experts from Colonial Group International (of which BritCay is the Cayman representative) recently brought investment professionals from Vanguard Group to Cayman in a...
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