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AM Best affirms credit rating of Cayman First Insurance AM Best has affirmed the Long-Term Issuer Credit Ratings of “a-” of Cayman First Insurance, the property/casualty...

Have a Heart receives Cayman Islands Triathlon donation

Have a Heart Cayman Islands received $2,500 in donations from the Cayman Islands Triathlon and event sponsor Cayman First Insurance, in support of the charity’s mission to provide cardiac care to children.

Cayman First opens new headquarters

Cayman First Insurance held a celebration on Wednesday for the grand opening of its new 27,000 square-foot headquarters on the corner of Vibert Bodden Drive and Shedden Road in George Town.

Jonathan 'Zoom' Webster defies horrible injuries

Jonathan “Zoom” Webster is a regular competitor on the local running and triathlon scene and although not the fastest, he is a top finisher. However, what most people don’t know is that Webster has had both lungs operated on due to a spontaneous pneumothorax (collapse) a few years ago.

Burger King grills Kirk perfectly

In the B division of the Burger King Coed Flag Football league, one rivalry seems to stand out above all – Gary Rutty’s Burger King and Kirk Freeport led by Jerry Beck.

Pepsi too frothy for Insurance

In the flag football coed league’s feature game of the week Pepsi held off a surging Cayman First Insurance team to remain undefeated.

Flag This sting Cobras late on

The Burger King Co-ed Flag Football League had a grudge match from the outset between the Cobras and Flag This.

Wahoo Shootout to reel in anglers

Local fishing will start the new year with a new tournament.

Jimmy Nelson helps publicize Cayman Islands fishing

A Floridian fishing celebrity intends to continue promoting the Cayman Islands.

Marine artist Carey Chen: Cayman Islands is my second home

One of the region’s top marine artists will continue to be a regular presence here.

Cayman First reels in celebrities

Local fishing is promising to end its year with a bang.

Cayman needs more angling, fishing guru says

A fishing celebrity urges the Cayman Islands to do more for competitive angling.

Barta eager to work with local anglers to boost catches

Fishing guru Tred Barta is motivated to boost competitive angling in the Cayman Islands.

Swordfish will be first challenge

Swordfish figure to be in focus for the next sportfishing season, with the first challenge scheduled for March.

Barta here to promote fishing

Cayman is playing host to a fishing celebrity.

Fishermen gear up for All Tackle

Local fishing hopes to end the year with big catches.

Starlets shoot for DREAM trip

A local girls program hopes to groom young talent in Orlando.

Harvey will reel in fish lovers

Guy Harvey hopes to get anglers hooked on marine conservation efforts.

NBC hooks us up

Fishermen will be gaining more accolades in 2014.

AM Best affirms Cayman First Insurance rating

Credit rating agency AM Best has affirmed the financial strength rating of A- (Excellent) and the issuer credit ratings of “a-“ for Cayman First Insurance Compan

Artist hoping to reel in youth

A Cayman-based artist hopes to bolster junior fishing ranks in the coming months.

Anglers use All Tackle to hook up the Crisis Center

Local fishing gave fresh support to a local organization.

Ebanks and crew land big one

Charles Ebanks may have the nickname ‘small fish killer’ but his latest catch was far from tiny.

Anglers will prep for All Tackle

The Cayman Islands is about to see its final fishing tournament for the year.

Cayman First launches new ‘First Response’ service

Cayman First Insurance Company not makes it possibl to have automobile accident claims processed in one business day

Business in brief

Business in brief.

Arie’s camps inspired dreamers

A whole raft of aspiring footballers were inspired this week by two football camps, appropriately hosted by the Dream Out Loud Foundation.

Reinsurers facing rate increases

An unprecedented year of natural disasters all over the world will have an impact on insurance rates in the Cayman Islands even though it was a quiet hurricane season here.

AM Best confirms Cayman First ratings

AM Best has affirmed the financial strength rating of A- (Excellent) and issuer credit rating of “a-” of Cayman First Insurance Company Limited, recognising Cayman First’s improved capitalisation and positive non-health operating results along with its expertise in the Cayman market, the rating agency reported.

40 exhibitors sign on
 with Chamber’s Expo

For 20 years, the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce Business Expo has established itself as the premier event for local businesses to showcase themselves to residents.

Firms sponsor Breast 
Cancer Foundation Gala

A diverse group of companies has lined up to support the Fourth Annual Breast Cancer Foundation Gala Dinner, to be held 15 October at The Ritz-Carlton Carlton, Grand Cayman.

Red Cross celebrates 50 years

The Red, Gold and Soul Dinner Dance to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Cayman Islands Red Cross and to raise money for the local chapter of the relief organisation begins at 7.30pm on Saturday, 10 September, at the Westin Casuarina Resort and Spa on Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman.

Crime spurs free alarm system offer

A local security company offers a free alarm system for customers who take out or renew their home insurance policy.

Gov’t may sell shares in insurer


The government is considering selling its shares in Sagicor General that it obtained in lieu of $20 million in post hurricane Ivan damage claim.

Hurlstone gets largest civil trial award ever

The largest civil award in Cayman's history was awarded in the Windsor Village trial.

Insurer honoured

Long-time Cayman insurance professional Danny Scott was honoured with a function after his recent retirement.

Cayman First’s CEO retires

Cayman First announced the retirement of its President & CEO Danny Scott. Mr. Scott has been with the company since its inception in 1984.

service club news Brac Lions serve community

In the past couple of months, the Cayman Brac Lions Club has had great success with several projects in the community, serving members of all ages. Here is a synopsis of some of their achievements.

Donation buys testing strips

A donation by insurance provider Cayman First to the Cayman Diabetic Support Group will go towards the purchase of testing strips for diabetics.

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