Cayman Finance

Cayman is not a tax haven!

Cayman Finance breaks down the characteristics of tax havens The Cayman Islands is a transparent, tax-neutral jurisdiction – not a tax haven. The jurisdiction’s model of tax neutrality for financial services business has long been misunderstood, and when something is misunderstood, suspicion is not far behind. These misperceptions around the jurisdiction have been perpetuated by the …

Cayman is not a tax haven! Read More »

Mourant lawyers named as Female Leaders by IFLR1000

Five lawyers, from leading legal and governance services firm Mourant, have been recognised for their talents by IFLR1000 which has named them among “the most prominent female lawyers” in their respective areas of expertise. Partners, Catherine Pham (Cayman Islands), Frances Watson (Guernsey), Helen Wyatt (Guernsey) and Felicia de Laat (Jersey) and Consultant Rachael McDonald (BVI) …

Mourant lawyers named as Female Leaders by IFLR1000 Read More »

Maples Advises Cayman Islands Government on First Public-Private Partnership

Maples and Calder, the Maples Group’s law firm was pleased to advise the Cayman Islands Government (“CIG”) on a new 25 year Public Private Partnership (“PPP”) waste management contract.   The PPP project, named ReGen, Cayman’s Energy and Recycling Centre, is set to transform waste management for the Cayman Islands, with the new energy recovery …

Maples Advises Cayman Islands Government on First Public-Private Partnership Read More »

KPMG announces six new Partners in promotions

KPMG in the Cayman Islands has announced six new Partner promotions. Joining the firm’s partnership are Cathy Houts (Tax), Jeffrey Stower (Restructuring), Ben Blair, Claire Griffin, Hellen Chemeli, and Rennie Khan (all Audit, Asset Management). Cathy is an experienced leader within KPMG’s Tax function, leading the Firm through the continually evolving tax environment since joining …

KPMG announces six new Partners in promotions Read More »

Maples Welcomes Newly Qualified Caymanian Lawyer to Corporate Team

George Town, Grand Cayman | Maples and Calder, the Maples Group’s law firm, is pleased to announce that John Ebanks has successfully completed his articles of clerkship programme and joins the firm’s Corporate practice as an Associate. John, the first of three articled clerks to complete his training with the firm so far this year, …

Maples Welcomes Newly Qualified Caymanian Lawyer to Corporate Team Read More »

Mourant welcomes two new Caymanian Associates

Leading legal and governance services firm Mourant is proud to announce two new Caymanian Associates, David Ramsaran and Rejonté Rivers in the Litigation department and Finance and Corporate department respectively. They have completed their Articles of Clerkship and were called to the Cayman Islands Bar before the Hon. Justice Margaret Ramsay-Hale on 1 April 2021. …

Mourant welcomes two new Caymanian Associates Read More »

Walkers Hosts over 100 Cayman Students at Career Fair

Walkers welcomed nearly 140 students, teachers and parents to its Cayman Islands office on Wednesday 10 March for the chance to learn more about legal and business career opportunities, internships and legal scholarships during its annual Walkers Career Fair. Students from government and private high schools and tertiary institutions attended the Walkers Career Fair, which …

Walkers Hosts over 100 Cayman Students at Career Fair Read More »

Grant Thornton Cayman Islands expands their leadership team

Global accountancy, tax and advisory firm Grant Thornton is pleased to announce its continued growth in the Cayman Islands with the appointment of Paul Broderick as a team leader within the Asset Management practice. Paul is responsible for leading financial services audit and assurance engagements, managing a team of staff, and building and developing client …

Grant Thornton Cayman Islands expands their leadership team Read More »

This site uses cookies from caymanfinance.ky and selected partners.
To find out more, as well as how to remove or block these, see our privacy policy.