Coutts gives to CIRF

As the National Recovery Fund continues to make progress with its goal of helping to rebuild the Cayman Islands since Hurricane Ivan, more large local corporations are lending a hand in the financing of its reconstruction programmes.

Coutts (Cayman) Limited recently added its name to the list of generous corporations who have contributed money to the National Recovery Fund.

New Managing Director for Coutts David Neuschaffer, and Chris Burton, CEO of Coutts Offshore handed over the cheque to Fund Director, Dr. Mark Laskin on Wednesday, 24 May.

‘We are proud to make a contribution to support the hard work of the NRF,’ said Mr. Neuschaffer. ‘We recognize that there is still a long way to go but we acknowledge the tremendous efforts of the Fund in this rebuilding process.’


Coutts is the International Private Banking arm of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group. Coutts (Cayman) Limited is dedicated to providing wealthy private clients located in the Caribbean with access to global trust and asset management opportunities through Private Bankers located in the Cayman Islands. Call 945-4777 for more details or visit

The National Recovery Fund was established on 23 September 2004 to provide relief for persons adversely affected by Hurricane Ivan through its housing recovery programme aimed at restoring families to suitable living conditions. The Fund is a private independent Trust that relies solely on donations to carry out its programmes.

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