The number of registered companies in the Cayman Islands has reached an all-time high, according to statistics released by the Cayman Islands General Registry.
Cayman Finance has described a decision by the Netherlands to blacklist 21 jurisdictions including the Cayman Islands, breaking from the stances of other European Union member states, as “unusual” and an attempt to tarnish the reputation of the Cayman Islands.
Offshore law firm Carey Olsen has appointed Jasmine Amaria as a Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands (BVI) corporate partner in its London office.
The National Workforce Development Agency on Cayman has partnered with administration firm Maitland to offer a new internship programme, which will offer two Caymanians with six months of job training.
Conyers has strengthened its Cayman Islands team, following the addition of attorney Delia McMahon.
The Cayman Islands has further amended its anti-money laundering (AML) guidance, effectively broadening the scope of entities that are subject to the Cayman Islands’ AML laws and regulations.
Conyers Dill & Pearman has expanded its Cayman Islands office with the appointment of associate Róisín Liddy-Murphy in its litigation & restructuring practice.
Canadian corporate lawyer David McIntyre has joined Ogier’s Cayman team.
Cayman Finance has broadly welcomed the draft International Tax-Co-operation (Economic Substance) Bill, 2018, released by the Cayman Islands Government.
The formation of Limited Liability Companies helped the number of registered companies in the Cayman Islands reach an all-time high, according to statistics released by the Cayman Islands General Registry.