Immigration is big business in the Cayman Islands. And business, at the moment, is good.
There’s a storm brewing in the Cayman Islands, but not one comprised of wind, rain or seasonal squalls.
It should come as no big surprise to someone monitoring all of the civic and commercial expansion in the Cayman Islands as of late that a group of companies controlled by (you guessed it) the Dart Group have been tapped as the favored bidder to team up with the government to construct an integrated solid waste management system to deal with the eyesore known as “Mount Trashmore”.
The Cayman Islands Customs office is drowning. Not in water, but in mountains and mountains of paperwork.
Recently in the Cayman Island more than one government agency has expressed concerns about the Dart Real Estate group’s extension to the new West Bay Road underpass.
The Dart Real Estate group continues on its path towards “total domination” in the hospitality market in the Cayman Islands by adding the Ritz-Carlton Resort to its already burgeoning portfolio.
Politicians in the United States areset to debate the President ‘s recommended reworking of that nation’s federal tax system.
The Cayman Island’s new trademark law came into effect recently and this has sent brands scrambling to make sure that their trademarks are officially filed.
In two words, “uncertainties remain”. Important legislation recently went into effect this past July that established a beneficial ownership program intended to access and identify the real owners and beneficiaries of over 100,000 Cayman Islands-registered companies.
Residents of the North Side district of Grand Cayman will surely be happy with the recent news that the Executive Committee of the North Side District Council have revealed that the creation of a newly constructed public beach is one of their top priority projects.
The Cayman Islands Government has a huge amount of red in its ledger and those figures are increasing rapidly.
The Cayman Islands newest hotel, The Kimpton Seafire Resort and Spa has recently been awarded thehighly coveted AAA (American Automobile Association) Five Diamond Rating.
The Cayman Islands Government recently announced that it has taken a nearly $11 Million Dollar hit to the tiny nation’s annual government budget.