Cayman Finance News

  • Cooperation with regulators improves reputation

    January 16, 2014
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    Published by Hedgeweek – 16 January 2014 By Colin MacKay – The 2007/8 global financial crisis continues to influence the environment within which the Cayman investment funds industry operates. Global economic patterns, largely driven by factors emerging from that crisis, continue to shape cross-border political and regulatory developments. These, in turn, impact the investment management, banking, prime brokerage, administration, accounting...

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  • IFCs in the international financial architecture

    January 15, 2014
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    Published by Cayman Financial Review – January 2014 The world of offshore has long been under attack and with each new wave of regulatory changes the end of small international financial centers is being decried. But so far IFCs have proven extraordinarily resilient. They have adopted extensive anti-money laundering and terrorist financing rules, signed tax information exchange agreements, survived...

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  • The year ahead for the financial industry

    January 9, 2014
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    Gonzalo Jalles, CEO of Cayman Finance, gives an overview of what can be expected in terms of regulatory initiatives.   Cayman Journal – January 2014 My economic history professor spent the whole of the first lesson explaining why you shouldn’t use a title like the one in this article. I’m not sure if he was a good teacher; clearly,...

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  • Cayman Finance to host New York seminar

    December 11, 2013
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    Cayman Finance recently announced it will be hosting a breakfast seminar in New York City on Tuesday 14 January 2014, at which the Honourable Wayne Panton, Minister of Financial Services, will attend. Businesses in Cayman with New York-based clients are urged to secure their spot at this event well ahead of time, as the seminar will prove to be...

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  • Cayman Finance calls for more government support

    December 11, 2013
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    Gonzalo Jalles, CEO of Cayman Finance, has called on government to do more to promote and defend the Cayman Islands financial services industry. While the Cayman Islands government spends about $14.5 million to promote tourism, it does not have a comparable budget for financial services, in spite of the industry directly representing 52 percent of Cayman’s economy and 55...

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