It just became a bit more tedious to be a wealthy expat living in the Cayman Islands.
The Cayman Islands financial services industry is the #1 earner/cash cow for the Cayman Islands government.
The Cayman Islands government has consulted the public and private sectors of the nation on the enactment of a centralized program to support the exchange of beneficial ownership information with foreign law enforcement and taxation establishments.
Local area residents in the Beach Bay neighborhood of Bodden Town are worried that the Cayman Islands government is making changes to thoroughfares around their homes to assist a property developer.
The Cayman Islands tourism minister Moses Kirkconnell has awarded a contract to local consulting firm KPMG to strategize how the nation can finance a new, state of the art cruise ship port.
The Cayman Islands Department of Environment recommended that an environmental impact assessment should be executed before Dart Real Estate is allowed to remove beach rock from coastal waters off of the nation’s Seven Mile Beach.
In a recent speech to the Alternative Investment Conference at the Kimpton Seafire Resort here in Cayman Premier Alden McLaughlin made a great many comments about economic growth in his home nation.
The DART family of companies, Cayman’s single largest landholder/property developer, recently submitted a formal application for a coastal works permit to move forward with its controversial and hotly contended plan to remove a stretch of “beach rock” from the sea.
The Cayman Islands Premier Mr. Alden McLaughlin has stated recently that the government is facing upwards of 24 lawsuits and reviews because of the delays in processing permanent residency applications.
There has been much speculation and posturing since Donald J. Trump ascended to the presidency of the Caribbean’s most powerful northerly regional neighbor the United States of America.
The Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman recently received the AAA Five Diamond award (its fourth in a row).
The Dart Real Estate firm has recently been granted planning permission for an underpass along West Bay Road by the Cayman Islands government.