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Farah Ballands has decided to step down as CEO of Ocorian. Current chairman Frederik van Tuyll will take over the responsibilities of the chief executive officer role on 31 March 2021 in addition to those as chairman.

US$50,000 raised for community response to COVID-19

Deloitte staff and partners have donated US$50,000 to help Meals on Wheels and Feed Our Future continue to serve at-risk members of the community.

After years of inaction, Sunrise staff remain hopeful

Nearly a decade after government commissioned a consultancy report to evaluate the Sunrise Adult Training Centre, the assessment has been made public, revealing that the facility’s needs remain much the same.

Deloitte supports Gender Equality Cayman

Accounting and consulting firm Deloitte, which recently launched “ALL IN: Accelerating gender and inclusion,” a strategy designed to increase the share of women in leadership roles, has pledged its support to the local non-profit Gender Equality Cayman.

Deloitte holds first IMPACT Week

In celebration of its 15th annual volunteer day, “IMPACT Day,” Deloitte held its first IMPACT Week in the Cayman Islands.

Deloitte interns volunteer at charities

Twenty-three representatives from Deloitte, including 13 interns along with their mentors, current full-time employees, participated in the firm’s sixth annual Intern Charity Day earlier this summer.
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Deloitte obtains information security management certification

After an external audit by BSI Group (The British Standards Institution) the Deloitte offices in the Cayman Islands, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands and Trinidad and Tobago are now certified as ISO 27001 compliant organizations.
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Deloitte announces new partner promotions

Deloitte has promoted Laurie Mernett (Audit & Assurance) and Jon Treadway (Tax) to partner in the Cayman Islands office.

Deloitte interns volunteer at Cayman Islands Cancer Society

Deloitte chose the Cayman Islands Cancer Society as the beneficiary of its fifth annual Intern Charity Day.

Deloitte gets $143,000 contract to evaluate immigration strategy

Accounting firm Deloitte has received a $143,000 contract to conduct a wholesale review of the Cayman Islands Immigration Department, as well as two other agencies, as government seeks to improve the hiring process for Caymanians and work permit holders.

Bouchard sentence reduced by two years

A woman convicted of stealing an estimated $1.9 million in cash and property from an elderly Australian man she befriended had her 12-year prison sentence reduced to 10 years by the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal on Monday afternoon.

Deloitte volunteers clear logwood at Mission House

Volunteers from Deloitte recently joined the National Trust for the Cayman Islands to spruce up the outside of Bodden Town’s Mission House. Armed with machetes, chain saws, knives and rakes, the group swapped suits for T-shirts and went to work clearing overgrown logwood from a section of the Mission House grounds on Friday, Oct. 14, the company’s annual “IMPACT Day.”

Aspinall sentenced to 3.5 years

Robert Aspinall, 38, was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison Monday after pleading guilty to stealing nearly US$500,000 from two investment funds he managed during their liquidation in 2012 and 2013.

John Gray students hone interview skills

Focusing on exuding professionalism, aptitude and motivation, Year 11 students at John Gray High School recently took part in mock interviews as part of the school’s Career Activities Week. The event was designed to inform students about the prospects available to them in the workforce and what it takes to be competitive in a global marketplace.

Coors Light Chuggers advance to softball finals

Despite several injuries, players leaving the island and work commitments, the Coors Light Chuggers have advanced to the coed softball B-League playoffs for the sixth time in the past eight seasons with a 23-12 victory over Deloitte in the semifinal Monday night.

Cribb passes on skills at clinic

To have a successful adult program, any sport has to have a vibrant kids program and in the Cayman Islands, and rugby has been doing that for almost two decades.

Lightning is the brightest

The fall roller hockey season at Kings Sports Centre is halfway through and the competition has been exciting, with many close battles and great competition.

Cayman port puts familiar hand in charge

A well-known “captain” has been chosen to steer the Port Authority of the Cayman Islands, the group’s board of directors announced Monday.

Five YCLA finalists chosen

The Young Caymanian Leaders Foundation on Friday named three women and two men as finalists for the top spot in 2015’s annual awards contest, choosing among musicians, health professionals and finance experts.

Thousands of users affected by eCay Trade hack

The website eCay Trade has been hacked, affecting the security of the email addresses and passwords of thousands of account holders.

McKinney came here to be sporty

Cayman is the ideal place to indulge in sporting activity, which is partly why Jennifer McKinney ended up living here in the first place.

Cruz drops cigs to get more puff

Jalene Cruz is one of many Filipino athletes now a regular face on the sporting scene and like her compatriots she is vying to reach the top in her chosen sport, which is triathlon.

Date set for annual Hedge Funds Care benefit

Hedge Funds Care Cayman will host its 11th annual 'Open Your Heart to the Children' benefit at the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman on Nov. 21.

Deloitte interns volunteer at botanic park

Summer interns at Deloitte give back to the community by participating in a Charity Day project.

Little League all-stars announced

The Cayman Islands Little League Association has announced its 2015 all-stars

Aon too hot for Devils

Aon United played the Dominion Devils for the indoor five-a-side Playoff Cup Finals last Wednesday night wrapping up the 2015 Spring Season.

Webb 'consultant' at Fidelity when bribes alleged

Former CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb was still working at Fidelity Bank when U.S. authorities allege he solicited bribes that were funnelled through an account at the bank.

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EY report six months later

A six-month progress update on the Ernst & Young government consulting report shows slow going.

Next port director faces big pay cut

The person chosen as Cayman's new port authority director will be taking a big pay cut.

Government launches FATCA portal

The Cayman Islands Department for International Tax Cooperation has launched an Automatic Exchange of Information portal that allows Cayman’s financial institutions to register and report customer data under the U.S. Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act.

Bulgin keeps PwC's account up

PWC took on KPMG at the beginning of week 5 of the Kings Indoor Futbol and Killian Everard claimed four goals for PwC and Kurt Bulgin helped out playing an unfamiliar role in goal.

Unprecedented access to immigration coming

Work permit holders, Caymanian job-seekers and local businesses will soon have better access to immigration records and employment data.

Gala dinner will keep meals rolling

Meals on Wheels's upcoming fundraiser, "Orange You Glad Gala," will help ensure that no senior in Cayman goes hungry.

Zolfo edges out KPMG

Indoor futbol at King's Sports Centre continued with some well-matched games throughout last Monday night, beginning with Zolfo Cooper taking on KPMG.

Letter alleges port staff face 'hostility'

Some staff-management infighting at the Cayman Islands Port Authority bubbles to the surface.

Port Authority director put on ‘gardening leave’

Cayman's Port Authority director is sent home three months before his contract ends.

Devils too hot for Ernst & Young

The Dominion Devils claimed top spot on goal difference in the Kings Indoor Futbol League in their 12-5 victory over Ernst & Young.

Sponsors give gymnasts a lift

The Cayman Islands Gymnastics Association has attracted local sponsors to provide three talented and committed young gymnasts with scholarships for the upcoming season.

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Bo Miller's infrastructure fund set for 2015 launch

An infrastructure fund that will allow Cayman Islands residents to invest in major capital works will be registered with the Cayman Islands Monetary Association in January and will be in a position to bid for public and private sector projects in 2015, according to its founder.

No legal protections in case of data theft

Financial institutions in Cayman face the same threats as anywhere else, and the islands have no data protection laws.

Cayman Islands port manager’s contract not renewed

A sea change for the Cayman Islands Port Authority may be on the horizon.

Ecay Traders shoot for Eagles

Youth roller hockey action continues into December at Kings Sports Centre.

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$8.5 million plan for new adult training center

Government plans to spend $8.5 million on a new center for adults with disabilities.

Bud Light drink up strong finish

Bud Light have plenty to be merry about on the diamond.

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Hockey league

Kings Sports Centre is bracing for more youth roller hockey league action.

Whoppers stacking up on the rink

The Burger King Whoppers are strong contenders in the 10 and Under division of the youth roller hockey league at Kings Sports Centre.

Titans, Crabbies lead playoff push

A number of veteran teams are in prime position for softball glory.

Work permit reform under way

Major changes are ahead in the Cayman Islands work permit system.

Predators hunt down Canadiens

The PwC Predators are now atop the standings in local youth hockey.

Traders and Canucks set the pace at Kings, Kehoe dazzles

The Ecay Traders and KPMG Canucks are leading the charge on the rink.

Report: Gov’t IT ‘customer service’ poor

Cayman's government is poised to shake up its computer services department, one way or another.

Hitmen target UBS

The Al La Kebab Hitmen will look to rebound from a rough outing.

Traders sport best start

Youth hockey is going into its fourth week of action.

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Government IT: Time for a change

Chief Officer Eric Bush currently finds himself in a "two-watch" quandary, regarding the future of the Cayman Islands government's Computer Services Department.

Crabbies crawl ahead

The Field of Dreams is hosting week five of the 2014 Fall Adult Coed Softball League.

Flames burn Solar Bears to continue flawless start

Local roller hockey remains dominated by the Cayman Hot Sauce Flames.

Gov’t reviews suggest different fates for IT

To outsource IT, or not to outsource? That is the Cayman Islands government's question.

Supernovas storm diamond

Coed softball continues to move forward with its latest season.

Skaters build on foreign goals

This month marks the beginning of the new youth roller hockey season at Kings Sports Centre.

Contenders in four divisions will vie to show their special touch

The climax of the Summer Mixed Touch Rugby League 2014 season takes place this Saturday as both the Competitive Division and the Social Division titles will be decided.

Titans face KPMG in title rematch

Coed softball has a number of entertaining matches on tap for its opening week.

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Accountants calculate their strides for Red Cross aid

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

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Review: New $8 million disability center needed

A new centrally located learning center is needed for the growing number of adults with disabilities in the Cayman Islands, but budget constraints mean the $8 million facility is not part of government’s immediate plans.

A role model for youth

Former Miss Teen Cayman Islands runner-up Mariah Tibbetts is recognized for academic excellence.

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