Compliance helps out

There was a strong turnout of FirstCaribbean
staff members at the Cayman Islands Compliance Association’s gala event held
last month at The Wharf.

Associate Director for Compliance
at FirstCaribbean International Bank Elvis Coward says the event is an
important one for the compliance industry in Cayman and therefore it is vital
that it is well supported.

“This was the Association’s third
annual gala event honouring a number of individuals who received the
Association’s International Compliance Association scholarship,” he said.

“We were therefore very pleased to
be able to attend the event to further the cause, especially as one of our
staff members, Nicole Prince-Smith, was one of the recipients.”

The Association’s Robin Jarvis noted
each year the gala event raises funds for a number of charities, such as the
NCVO, Mattsafe and The Humane Society.

“So, support from the local
compliance industry goes an extremely long way in strengthening important causes
across the Cayman Islands,” he said.

“The support for the Gala Event
from FirstCaribbean International Bank gives a huge boost to these
organisations, and for that we are extremely grateful.”

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