Dan Scott steps down from Cayman Finance board

| 16/07/2015 | 1 Comment
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Dan Scott

(CNS Business): After five years of service on the Cayman Finance Board of Directors, Dan Scott, regional managing partner for Ernst & Young, is stepping down, citing growing commitments at EY, where he is responsible for the firm’s operations in the Bahamas, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands and in the Cayman Islands. 

Brother of Cayman Finance CEO Jude Scott, Dan Scott was recently named a recipient of the Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) his his services to the financial services industry and the judiciary in the Cayman Islands.

“It has been a privilege to have served on the board of Cayman Finance and I am extremely proud of what has been achieved since its inception. I have every confidence that Cayman Finance will continue to serve the Cayman Islands’ brand well both as a key stakeholder and advocate for our financial services industry,” he stated.

Cayman Finance thanked Scott “for playing an instrumental role in growing the reputation of the Cayman Islands”.

Ian Wight, chairman of the financial services association, said, “We congratulate Mr Scott for his achievement in being awarded the OBE, and are grateful for his commitment and leadership on the Cayman Finance board in developing and maintaining the country as a leading financial services jurisdiction.”

EY Partner, Rohan Small, will fill the open position on the Cayman Finance board.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    “Proud of what has been achieved”? What is that exactly?

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