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Archive for April 6th, 2016

Golden Spoons Review: Calypso Grill

Golden Spoons Review: Calypso Grill

| 06/04/2016 | 45 Comments

(CNS Foodie): When I go out to eat, I’m super critical. But let’s face it, serving is not rocket science; a good personality will get you a long way, and if you have common sense, you’re in the money. Add a little time management skills and you have the perfect dining experience. Well tonight I […]

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Call for direct rule ‘absurd’, says Panton

Call for direct rule ‘absurd’, says Panton

| 06/04/2016 | 29 Comments

(CNS Business): Cayman’s financial services minister has dismissed as absurd the suggestion by the UK Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, that the British government should consider imposing direct rule on its overseas territories and dependencies if they do not comply with UK tax law. Corbyn was reacting to a massive leak from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, which […]

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Cayman part of the solution, not the problem

Cayman part of the solution, not the problem

| 06/04/2016 | 4 Comments

(CNS): The Cayman Islands financial services industry continues to play a leadership role on international regulatory issues and for setting global standards to fight financial crime, according to Cayman Finance CEO Jude Scott. “Financial crime is a serious global problem that requires a unified legal, social and law enforcement response,” he said.  “One of the […]

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Cayman still hopeful it can avoid central register

Cayman still hopeful it can avoid central register

| 06/04/2016 | 4 Comments

(CNS): Senior UK officials who visited the Cayman Islands in February to discuss the issue of beneficial ownership reiterated Britain’s position that it could impose its preferred approach on the islands, which is an open central register, through legal means, the Financial Services Ministry stated in a release. However, even after the damning revelations in […]

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