“Does anyone have any diet restrictions or things you’re following?” Ritz-Carlton executive pastry chef Melissa Logan asked her audience on Friday at the Cayman Islands Healthcare Conference. “I can tell you, I do.”
As lawmakers in the United States gear up to debate President Donald Trump’s proposed overhaul to the country’s federal tax system, government has hired a multinational law firm to advocate for the Cayman financial sector in Washington D.C.
Cayman Brac artist Ronald “Foots” Kynes was charged with obscene publication on Monday in relation to his July arrest for refusing to remove a series of nude sculptures displayed on his property, which is publicly visible.
With the Financial Action Task Force set to evaluate Cayman’s safeguards against money laundering and terrorist financing in less than two months, the Department of Commerce and Investment held a workshop on Thursday to let designated non-financial businesses know their reporting obligations.
Government is launching a survey that will require all employers in the territory to provide information about the people they employ, including their qualifications, nationality, compensation, skills, and workload.
Repercussions of the 2008 financial crisis are still being dealt with by the Cayman Islands judicial system, with the London-based Judicial Committee of the Privy Council hearing a case last week involving liquidators attempting to “claw back” payments made by a feeder fund to investors in early 2009, when the fund was already insolvent.
“Veterans, attention!” Cayman Islands Veterans Association President Andrew McLaughlin said as Governor Helen Kilpatrick walked into the lobby of the Government Administration Building on Tuesday morning.
In January 2012, former Grand Court Justice Peter Cresswell appointed liquidators over the BTU Power Company, a Cayman-registered company whose shareholders included several Qatari government entities.
With two 10-floor towers sporting some 450 rooms, a spa, restaurant, boardwalk, six swimming pools and other amenities, the proposed $300 million Pageant Beach hotel will be a “jewel for the community,” according to project architect Mike Stroh.
A police officer who was found guilty earlier this year of assaulting a suspect in custody is now being sued over the incident. Glen Andrew Bush is seeking damages for assault and false imprisonment against senior constable Michael “Bobby” Peart.
Four developers and their attorney, seven objectors and their attorney, three members of the public and the Central Planning Authority board packed into a conference room on the second floor of the Government Administration Building on Wednesday.