Cayman’s Premier said the February 2020 listing was in relation to investment funds supervision.
It is the first time it has had four Articled Clerks – an indication of its commitment to developing Caymanian talent.
Due to physical distancing guidelines at this time, the Court permitted the admissions to be streamed remotely.
The regulator was evaluated by The Group of International Finance Centre Supervisors.
It was partly in response to the expected increase in filing for private funds.
A total of 12,328 applications were received as at the 7 August 2020 deadline.
The new recruits have almost 30 years of experience between them.
As a result of the COVID-19 lockdown Estwick was sworn in virtually.
The admissions were the first to be heard in the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands since the Covid-19 pandemic.
It is all part of the global effort to increase transparency in financial services and tackle illicit finance.