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Archive for October 14th, 2014

Moxam calls for financial services plan

Moxam calls for financial services plan

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(CNS Business): The Chamber of Commerce president said he was surprised that, despite its significance to the local economy, the Cayman Islands Government does not have a strategic plan in place to deal with the financial services sector. At the Chamber’s annual legislative lunch last week, Johan Moxam argued that much more needed to be done […]

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Premier pats financial services minister on back

Premier pats financial services minister on back

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(CNS): The Cayman Islands premier was singing the praises of his long-time friend and Cabinet colleague last week when he singled out the financial services minister for a pat on the back over his handling of the latest slight over Cayman’s offshore sector. Alden McLaughlin said that Cayman had once again been forced to defend […]

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CIG is helping economic growth, claims premier

CIG is helping economic growth, claims premier

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(CNS): Economic activity is on the up, Premier Alden McLaughlin has said, and his government is helping things along. Marketing Cayman as a great place to do business was a key focus of the Progressive administration, he said at the Chamber of Commerce Legislative Lunch last week, as he revealed a number of new initiatives, […]

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Cayman bean counters to confer on best practice

Cayman bean counters to confer on best practice

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(CNS): Registration for the annual Government Professional Development Week, which will take place in November, is now open, officials have stated. The special conference organized by the Cayman Islands Society of Professional Accountants (CIPSA) is open to both public and private sector financial management professionals and covers the latest developments in managing public sector resources […]

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