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Archive for September 5th, 2014

Breaking up because of Basel III: It was good while it lasted

Breaking up because of Basel III: It was good while it lasted

| 05/09/2014 | 0 Comments

Across the global financial sector, Basel III’s capital and liquidity requirements are forcing banks to forgo low-return capital consumptive activities and, in the process, they are dumping some customers, including hedge funds. Where can hedge funds turn to find new and meaningful relationships? writes Jazeb Jones, the Managing Director of DMS Bank & Trust Ltd.

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First Caymanian doctor hired at Health City

First Caymanian doctor hired at Health City

| 05/09/2014 | 5 Comments

(CNS Business): A former head girl at John Gray High School is the first Caymanian physician to work at Health City Cayman Islands (HCCI). The private hospital which, it is hoped, will launch medical tourism as the third leg of the Cayman economy, opened its doors in February this year and Dr Irka Lashany Ebanks […]

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Cayman cruise arrivals up 80% in July

Cayman cruise arrivals up 80% in July

| 05/09/2014 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): While stay-over tourism figures showed healthy growth for July 2014, cruise ship arrivals for the month rose by 79.63% over the figure for July 2013, with more than 120,000 passengers, up from almost 67,000 last year, according to the last statistics from the Department of Tourism (DoT). There has been a steady rise […]

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