Cayman Finance raises over $124K to support local food bank May 6, 2020 - The ‘Cayman Finance Cares’ programme, an initiative funded by Cayman Finance member firms, has raised in excess of CI$124,000 to support the operations of the Cayman Food Bank (Good Samaritan Food Bank). The Cayman Food Bank is a core hunger-relief organisation working to alleviate hunger and malnutrition in the local community. It is a centralised food bank that provides food […]
New e-Learning Course Available for Industry April 21, 2020 - In February 2020, the Government’s National Coordination Team for the Anti-Money Laundering Steering Group (AMLSG), in collaboration with Cayman Finance, launched free on-demand lessons on the Cayman Finance eLearning platform entitled “Fighting Financial Crime in the Cayman Islands”. We are pleased to announce that a new series of courses on the Risks in the Cayman Islands is now available. The […]
Cayman Finance ‘Feeding the Frontline’ Programme Supports Healthcare Workers April 17, 2020 - More than 450 meals were provided to workers at the Health Services Authority (HSA) over the Easter weekend through a ‘Feeding the Frontline’ initiative by Cayman Finance. Supported by donations from its membership, Cayman Finance was able to coordinate lunch deliveries for HSA staff over four days. The Cayman Finance ‘Feeding the Frontline’ programme was created to provide support to […]
Liquidity and Transparency: Why Tax Neutral Hubs Matter in Critical Times April 2, 2020 - CEO Jude Scott wrote the following article ‘Liquidity and transparency: why tax neutral hubs matter in critical times’ which has been published in the Hedgeweek Cayman Islands In Focus 2020 special report. “Governments around the world have taken dramatic action to address the health risks caused by COVID-19, but doing so has also created a wide range of significant economic […]
Cayman Islands Financial Services Industry shows its resilience during COVID-19 National Measures March 27, 2020 - The Cayman Islands Financial Services Industry continues to provide tremendous value as the main economic driver of the Cayman Islands economy.  Industry firms, Government and the regulator have implemented their business continuity plans to enable employees to work remotely from home and continue providing business services as usual across the industry during the extended curfew measures that have been put in place locally.  “By taking the necessary steps to ensure […]


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CAP Serves as Secure Conduit for Beneficial Ownership Information May 26, 2020 - The Ministry of Financial Services wishes to advise the following: Industry is advised that the submission of beneficial ownership (BO) information via CAP has beenand continues to be a secure process. The competent authority for BO, General Registry, would like to reassure industry that: CAP is used only as the upload interface and NOT as a storage facility. The uploaded […]
Progress towards Removal from EU List of Non-Cooperative Jurisdictions May 11, 2020 - The Ministry of Financial Services wishes to advise the following: Industry is advised that the Ministry of Financial Services remains in close contact with the EU Commission and is making progress towards proposals which, the Ministry believes, will result in the removal of the Cayman Islands from the list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes at the next available opportunity, […]
Ministry Increases Efficiency During COVID-19 Pandemic May 4, 2020 - The Ministry of Financial Services and its related entities have instituted a number of changes to increase efficiency of its operations to better support the work of the financial services industry in the midst of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Most of the changes can be seen in the registration of company details with the Registrar of Companies (RoC) and the […]



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