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Code(Cayman) offers introduction to blockchain

Code(Cayman) has announced a new course that will introduce blockchain and highlight how the technology is used globally.

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The Cayman Islands Marketing Professionals Association (CIMPA) announced Rosita Ritch as the second annual recipient of its CI$5,000 scholarship to support local students with an interest in marketing or other related fields.

Campbells adds litigator to its Litigation, Insolvency & Restructuring Group

Mo Haque, QC, has joined the Litigation, Insolvency & Restructuring Group at Campbells. Mr. Haque is an experienced commercial litigator who took Silk in England at the age of 41. He brings more than 20 years of dispute resolution and arbitration experience to the firm.

Kaitlyn Elphinstone joins Cayman Enterprise City as marketing manager

Cayman Enterprise City, Cayman’s special economic zone, has hired Kaitlyn Elphinstone as its marketing manager.

Business in Brief: Captive delegation represents Cayman at RIMS

Dozens of representatives from Cayman’s captive insurance industry, including the Insurance Managers Association of Cayman, government officials, the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, and Cayman Finance represented the jurisdiction at the annual Risk and Insurance Management Society conference in San Diego, California.

Moot court builds students’ skills

Aspiring legal professionals recently had the chance to test their mettle at a “moot court” competition.

Cayman business in brief

C&W Business, part of Cable & Wireless Communications, Plc, has been recognized by Avaya, a global provider of business communications software, systems and services, as the 2015 Mid-Market Partner of the Year Americas International.

Cayman Economic Outlook conference date, speakers set

Inequality will be the theme of the 14th annual business conference presented by Fidelity Bank (Cayman) Ltd. on Jan. 19.

CIMA: Hedge fund asset growth shows confidence in regulatory regime

The growth of assets managed by Cayman-based funds shows that investment managers have a high level of confidence in Cayman’s regulatory regime for funds, according to Cindy Scotland, managing director of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority.

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UBS, Walkers sponsor Ladies in Trusts event; Maples expands global private client services offering; DMS hosts Offshore Investment Funds Summit; and Hurst promotes Cayman at overseas real estate symposium

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Red Cross raises $56,000 with golf tournament; Campbells announces scholarship recipients; Pan-American Life celebrates launch; Samson & McGrath’s Trevor Burke admitted to Cayman Bar; Extended hours for business licensing; Fidelity Bank Bahamas appoints new chairman.

Marketers award their best

CIMPA helds its first awards dinner, with the Laura Skec earning the Marketer of the Year award and BB&P and Massive Media both winning two awards as well.

Cayman's Nepalese community unites to support earthquake victims

Members of Cayman’s small Nepalese community gathered together Sunday to say a prayer for their devastated homeland in the aftermath of the massive earthquake that killed almost 4,000 people.

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Business in brief.

Climber tackles Seven Summits for Cancer Society

Campbells attorney Guy Manning has climbed the highest peaks on six out of seven of the world's continents. This summer he will try for Denali, the highest in North America.

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A roundup of business happenings.

Students ace mock trials

Ten St. Ignatius students argued two cases before a retired justice, getting a taste for life as attorneys.

Judge's ruling blasts Bridger

The Cayman Islands court blames former corruption investigator Martin Bridger for legal delays in an ongoing lawsuit related to Operation Tempura.

Syed report injunction narrowed

Legal restrictions against reporting various allegations made by former UCCI President Hassan Syed have been partially eased.

Court issues media injunction

A local attorney has obtained a rare court injunction to at least temporarily bar the publication of a newspaper story he has claimed is professionally defamatory and which he said falsely accuses him of committing criminal offenses.

Forum: Does Cayman's model still work for Caymanians?

A local panel at next month's Fidelity conference will debate whether Cayman’s existing model is truly sustainable.

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A roundup of local business briefs.

Syed seeks new attorney for theft charges

Former UCCI president Hassan Syed is seeking a new attorney to represent him on theft and fraud charges.

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A round-up of local business news.

Scrabble scrum scores for literacy

Scrabble Scrum raises more than $6,700 for local literacy program.

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A roundup of local business briefs.

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A roundup of business briefs from the community.

Accountants calculate their strides for Red Cross aid

Local financial services are supporting the Cayman Islands Red Cross through sports.

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A roundup of business news.

Business in brief

A roundup of business happenings.

Cayman lawyer's Sherpa among Everest dead

A Sherpa who helped Cayman attorney Guy Manning reach the summit of Mount Everest last year is among 16 Nepalese Sherpas buried in Friday’s deadly avalanche on the mountain.

Human Rights Commission members appointed

New life is breathed into the Cayman Islands Human Rights Commission.

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Business in brief Wednesday April 2, 2014.

Kernohan suit settled for undisclosed sum

Attorneys for former police commissioner Stuart Kernohan and Cayman’s government have reached a settlement in the wrongful termination lawsuit filed by Mr. Kernohan in May 2009.

Cayman's Scots excluded from independence vote

Scottish expatriates in the Cayman Islands are hoping a legal challenge will prevent them being excluded from a referendum on independence from the United Kingdom.

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Business in brief.

Fidelity returns with Cayman Economic Outlook

The eleventh consecutive CEO: Cayman Economic Outlook will be held on Feb. 20 at The Ritz-Carlton.

The private cost of public spending

The Cayman Islands has been blessed with a money tree, and it's not the silver thatch.

Cayman Finance to lead gov’t-industry dialogue

The government and Cayman Finance play let's make a deal on legislative and financial industry-related issues.

Everest hike peaks with $100,000 for cancer

A local Cayman Islands attorney risks death to earn six figures for charity.

RE/MAX tees off again

Halloween lovers can have added fun on the links.

St. Ignatius Prizes, certificates go to grads

St. Ignatius holds graduation for Class of 2013.

Workers accidentally cut Internet cable

Workmen accidentally sliced through an underground cable on Tuesday affecting internet access at several government departments.

Cayman climber summits Everest

Cayman Islands-based climber Guy Manning completed his climb to the summit of Mount Everest this weekend.

First court challenge to WB Road closure fails

Cayman Islands Grand Court Justice Charles Quin on Friday rejected an application for Judicial Review of the closure of the West Bay Road.

Cayman Islands climber reaches Everest base camp

Climber Guy Manning reached the Everest base camp at the weekend in preparation for his final push to the summit of the world's highest mountain next month.

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Business in brief.

Business Outlook addresses local impact of global changes

Fidelity Bank has announced the speaker line-up for the tenth annual Cayman Business Outlook which will be held on 24 January at The Ritz-Carlton.

Cayman competitiveness in hedge funds services questioned

Cayman’s ability to compete globally and to attract and retain the talent needed to service the hedge funds industry has been put into question by a panel debating the future of the industry at the Campbells Cayman Fund Focus at the Westin Casuarina on Friday, 16 November.

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Maples1 found the perfect touch

The touch rugby grand finals saw 26 teams turn out at the South Sound Rugby Ground in what has been one of the best seasons ever.

Broadhurst find touch

It has been a long and often arduous journey for Broadhurst working their way through their first touch rugby season in Division Two.

Campbells bulldozed Maidens

The second Super Saturday of the touch rugby season at the South Sound ground showed who can be considered favourites for places in the season ending play-offs.

Stepping Stones trotting along

The summer sun scorched Super Saturday as touch teams showed up and sweated for the first all-dayer of the season.

Harmonic Lyons calls the tune

Round three of the Cayman Summer Mixed Touch Rugby League finished with teams starting to flex their muscles and knuckle down to some tough games of touch rugby.

Campbells wins victory for US shareholders in Cayman court

Earlier this month, Chief Justice Smellie made a historic ruling in the Cayman Islands Grand Court by which he ordered the winding up of a hedge fund so that its major investors – three United States pension funds – could recoup its investments. Campbells was the Cayman law firm which represented the investors.

Cayman Islands Chapter of INSOL launched

Recovery and insolvency practitioners in the Cayman Islands have launched the Cayman Chapter of INSOL, the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals.

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Business in brief.

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New manager for National Trust

Christina McTaggart Pineda joined the National Trust for the Cayman Islands as general manager recently.

DMS’ Seymour calls for CIMA regulation of fund directors

Don Seymour, managing director of DMS Management, one of the largest fund governance firms in the Cayman Islands, has called for closer regulation of hedge fund directors and the introduction of a director disqualification regime.

Developers give update on Willow House

Cricket Square developers have released new details on Willow House, the fifth phase of the Elgin Avenue business park. Construction on the five-story, 58,600-square-foot Class A office building is scheduled for completion in the third quarter of 2012.

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Willow House on the rise

Construction is well underway on the fifth phase of the Cricket Square development on Elgin Avenue, with a projected completion date of the third quarter of 2012.

Ogier show Hart in flawless run

In a busy two weeks of touch rugby here in Grand Cayman teams have been pulling out all the stops to secure a place in the play-off finals.

Maples experience sheer Choi

Round 10 of the Cayman Summer Touch rugby season and chances are beginning to run out for those teams trying to get into the top four division places to make the play-offs.

Dragsters ponder Breakers’ future

Behind all of the low times, one serious issue has always been the long-term future of Breakers Speedway.

Thomas falls short of comeback

Round nine of the Cayman Summer Touch league saw teams starting to look at those all important play-off places.

Geddes’ six tries lift Appleby

The second half of the Summer Touch Rugby League saw one of its biggest offensive explosions yet.

PWC terminates LIME’s service

It was a bumper week of tries in round four of the Summer Touch Rugby League 2011 with 139 tries scored in just 12 matches.

Royal Ascot night’s fundraising will see athletes riding high

The Cayman Islands Fundraising Committee's Royal Ascot night generated thousands of dollars in new sponsorship.

CCTV cameras going up steadily

CCTV camera installation proceeds steadily around Grand Cayman.

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