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Archive for June 18th, 2015

Don Seymour featured in Wall Street book

Don Seymour featured in Wall Street book

| 18/06/2015 | 13 Comments

(CNS Business): Founder and Managing Director of DMS Offshore Investment Services Ltd, Don Seymour, made the list as one of 50 leading Wall Street financiers and academics in the recently published book, Transforming Wall Street: A Conscious Path for a New Future. Seymour is well known for his creation of the Investment Services Division of […]

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Travel chaos as US struggles to deal with visa system crash

Travel chaos as US struggles to deal with visa system crash

| 18/06/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS Business): Thousands of travellers have been forced to postpone or cancel travel plans to the United States as a result of a technical glitch that has crippled the US government’s visa system. Officials have said that it will not be back up and running until next week, following a hardware failure earlier this month. The […]

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T&B Licences double since last year

T&B Licences double since last year

| 18/06/2015 | 2 Comments

(CNS Business): The number of trade and business licences granted in Cayman have seen a significant climb, doubling since this time last year, according to the  Minister of Financial Services Wayne Panton. 

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Chamber calls for rule enforcement

Chamber calls for rule enforcement

| 18/06/2015 | 2 Comments

(CNS Business): The president of the local Chamber of Commerce is calling on government to prosecute businesses that don’t follow the law. In a message on behalf of the local business association outlining the concerns on its agenda, Barry Bodden said the Chamber Council was concerned about the poor level of enforcement of laws and […]

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Gov’t clampdown on unlicensed vendors

Gov’t clampdown on unlicensed vendors

| 18/06/2015 | 17 Comments

(CNS Business): Tourism bosses tell CNS Business it’s time to put a stop to unlicensed vendors and operations happening along our beaches and cruise port. The docks in George Town have been used for many years by Caymanian entrepreneurs to sell their crafts and items to tourists as they step off the cruise ships. However, […]

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