The tactic called ambush marketing is increasingly becoming an issue in the Cayman Islands.
When late last year, Cayman avoided being placed on an EU tax blacklist by committing to remedy, before the end of 2018, what the EU called a lack of economic substance of Cayman-based entities, few knew what exactly the Cayman Islands government had promised to do.
Agent Gregory Coleman tracked his quarry, the so-called “Wolf of Wall Street,” for 10 years, ultimately sending him to a Nevada minimum-security prison for money laundering and securities fraud.
An examination of past sanctions on countries finds that only 4 percent were clearly effective.
The Cayman Islands is undergoing its first National Money Laundering/Terrorist Financing Risk Assessment, but what does this really mean for the jurisdiction?
A U.K.-based nonprofit striving to widen the pool of board-ready candidates to increase diversity on boards globally launches in Cayman.
As the newest addition to the Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association, the Cayman Islands chapter received a warm welcome at WISTA’s general meeting and conference in Limassol, Cyprus.
Will the launching of new marijuana hedge funds seeking to profit from legal cannabis sales in the Canada and the U.S. constitute money laundering by the Financial Action Task Force and federally defined illegal drug acts?
In May 2017, a George Town pharmacy housed in CTMH Doctors Hospital received a shipment that just a year prior would have been unthinkable. That month, Professional Pharmacy Services legally purchased 12.96 liters (3.42 U.S. gallons) of cannabis oils from Canada’s CanniMed Therapeutics.
A letter by Eric St-Cyr.
Baha Mar, a planned $3.5 billion tropical symbol of the good life, has devolved amid a tangle of international legal controversy, financial mismanagement and broken pride.
Now established for 10 years, Hedge Funds Care Cayman is making a big difference in Cayman's efforts to prevent and treat child abuse.
The tourism industry of an island nation near Cuba and only a short flight from the United States is about to make worldwide news with the opening of a $3.5 billion seaside gambling resort ...
The Cayman Islands is facing somewhat of a dilemma. Although its regulatory regime is not tailored to cryptocurrencies, token offerings or distributed ledger technology, Cayman became home to the world’s largest initial coin offering this year.
Private equity is the most likely asset class that institutional investors are going to allocate more capital to.
The twenty-third edition of the Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI 23) ranked the Cayman Islands as the 22nd best financial center in the world out of 110 total jurisdictions. Cayman’s ranking improved nine places over the last year and was the highest among all U.K. Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies.
Substance legislation passed by lawmakers in December 2018 has laid down the parameters for the way Cayman is responding to pressure by the European Union to reform its tax regime, but many questions remain about the economic impact of the new framework.
Jamaica has been quietly working to turn the seaport on its south shore into the global shipping logistics center of the 21st century.
Since some American states started to legalize marijuana last year, many gamblers are very keen on cannabis shares. Anyone who wants to invest some capital should rely on companies that deal with marijuana for medical use.
Elections are, by their nature, uncertain, which is why they are held in the first place.