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An international accounting firm is being brought in to assist the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority with a forensic review of any local bank transactions connected to the U.S.-based indictments of FIFA officials.
The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority has undergone a major shake-up ... but, frankly, not the one which we had anticipated.
Federal prosecutors look for more leads in the FIFA corruption probe while banks come under increased scrutiny again.
Changes are made at the top for the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority.
Jeffrey Webb's family risks millions to secure his release from prison.
Western Union counters in the Cayman Islands closed without warning Friday after Fidelity Bank’s board of directors decided one day earlier to end the service, according to the bank.
Former FIFA vice president Jeffrey Webb pleaded not guilty Saturday to a 15-count U.S. federal court indictment against him alleging that he engaged in an international racketeering and bribery scheme with more than a dozen other defendants.
FIFA defendant No. 1 - believed to be Cayman's Jeffrey Webb - is sent to the U.S. to face charges.
One of seven defendants arrested in connection with an international racketeering and bribery case involving world football’s governing body was sent back to the U.S. to face charges Wednesday.
A second public hospital contract catches local prosecutors' attention in the CarePay criminal probe.
Jeffrey Webb is expected in federal court in New York within several days to face criminal charges in the FIFA corruption investigation.
Swiss authorities must weigh competing extradition requests for Cayman's Jeffrey Webb.
Cayman Islands native and former FIFA Vice President Jeffrey Webb agreed Thursday to be extradited to the United States.
Former FIFA VP Jeffrey Webb and Cayman businessman Canover Watson are alleged to have benefitted from what prosecutors say was a corruptly awarded public hospital contract.
Criminal charges against two of the three defendants involved in the CarePay corruption case are sent to Grand Court.
Jeffrey Webb was a director of Jack Warner’s Cayman company J&D International, which obtained World Cup TV rights and sold them for millions.
Cayman's Jeffrey Webb is now facing criminal charges in both of his home ports.
U.S. prosecutors issued extradition requests Wednesday for seven indicted FIFA officials arrested in late May.
Former FIFA Vice President Jeffrey Webb was charged Friday in connection with an ongoing Cayman Islands criminal investigation involving the award of a public hospital contract to a local company prosecutors allege was controlled by Webb’s close associate Canover Watson.
The clock is ticking on the extradition of seven FIFA defendants arrested in Switzerland.
A top U.S. prosecutor says Cayman is currently better prepared to fight against terrorism financing than America.
A majority of respondents to last week’s caymancompass.com poll believe corruption is either not a particular problem or a problem that is not overwhelming in the Cayman Islands.
Cayman's Financial Reporting Authority has seen an increase in cases and a growing backlog of suspicious financial activity reports.
Most respondents to a caymancompass.com online poll don't think the resignation of Sepp Blatter will clean up FIFA of its problems.
The Swiss attorney general said he has opened a separate investigation into FIFA officials awarding the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Russia and Qatar.
In the midst of the ongoing local “Sturm und Drang” regarding this government and this newspaper, it is important that we not lose sight of the Cayman Islands' role in the FIFA scandal.
One of the seven FIFA defendants arrested in Switzerland last month says he wants out of detention pending extradition proceedings.
Legislators voted on Monday to pull Government advertising and cease any commercial activity with the Cayman Compass newspaper in response to an editorial which Premier Alden McLaughlin has described as “treasonous”.
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.
Jeffrey Webb and his attaché Costas Takkas served as directors for a Florida based penny stock company that maintains a subsidiary, run by Takkas, at Cayman Enterprise City.
Costas Takkas, the second man with links to the Cayman Islands arrested in the FIFA bribery probe, was an auditor who achieved brief fame for a whacky scheme to get English and Scottish professional footballers to play for the Cayman Islands in World Cup qualifi
Cayman's premier accuses the publisher of the Cayman Compass newspaper of crimes against the state over an editorial.
When Jeffrey Webb became president of the Cayman Islands Football Association 24 years ago, there was so little documentation and memorabilia that its entire history was handed to him in a shoebox.
Cayman's financial regulator begins an internal review of FIFA-related matters.
More problems for a Cayman bank already embroiled in an international footbal bribery scandal.
Cindy Scotland, the managing director of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, must recuse herself from all matters that come before our country’s financial regulator involving the unfolding FIFA scandal.
Cayman Islands Premier Alden McLaughlin has defended the islands' reputation in the wake of the FIFA bribery scandal, saying his government takes a “zero tolerance approach to anyone carrying out illicit activities” through the territory.
Corruption in a country corrodes, erodes — and eventually destroys. It is all too common in the Cayman Islands. From George Town to ghost town, in the blink of an eye. It could happen.
There is no sign yet of extradition orders from the U.S. for the seven FIFA defendants being held in Switzerland.
Cayman’s Fidelity Bank has announced plans to conduct an internal review of transactions linked to the FIFA corruption probe.
Facing corruption allegations and banned from “football-related activities” by world governing body FIFA, Jeffrey Webb has been replaced “on a provisional basis” as president of the Cayman Islands Football Association, a position he held for 24 years.
More connections between Cayman Islands football officials involved in separate criminal probes are revealed.
An unfinished, problem-plagued football field next to the Cayman Islands Football Association’s headquarters has become the symbol for FIFA’s lopsided power structure.
The first defendant in the FIFA bribery scandal appears before a U.S. court.
Monday, June 1, marked the beginning of “hurricane season” in the Atlantic basin. From now until the end of November, residents and visitors should remain on heightened alert that a terrible storm may develop and strike the Cayman Islands at any time.
Two top-level Cayman Islands football officials who face separate criminal investigations related to bribery and corruption charges own houses on the same street in Loganville, Georgia.
All that the Cayman Islands has painstakingly built now faces great peril, in the form of the still-combusting FIFA scandal. Yet the response from our leaders is near silence.
A look at who was indicted by U.S. federal officials in the FIFA corruption scandal, and the charges they face.
U.S. authorities will face a fight over the extradition of seven FIFA officials arrested in Switzerland this week.
U.S. law enforcement obtained six guilty pleas in the FIFA corruption investigation since 2013, kept under wraps until the indictments announced Wednesday, May 27.
A number of FIFA leaders, including prominent Caymanian Jeffrey Webb, are arrested in Switzerland and charged with corruption and racketeering.
The arrest of Caymanian Jeffrey Webb in relation to corruption and racketeering charges filed in the U.S. will cause the Cayman Islands significant reputational damage.
A 47-count U.S. federal court indictment revealed Wednesday morning has alleged that FIFA Vice President and Cayman Islands resident Jeffrey Webb took part, along with at least eight other high-ranking FIFA officials, in a decades-long corruption and racketeering scheme.
The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football will celebrate its first Women’s Football Day this Saturday.
National team performing well under Moxam's leadership.
Brazil is the latest country to commit to playing in the 2015 CONCACAF Boys’ Under-15 Championship in Cayman and Jamaica this summer.
FIFA president Joseph Blatter has suggested that Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football boss Jeffrey Webb has the potential to become the leader of world football’s governing body.
Regional football governing body CONCACAF has generated more than US $30 million of economic activity in the Cayman Islands since Jeff Webb took over the presidency, according to a report produced by Maples FS for the organization.
The burning issue of where future World Cup tournaments will be hosted is being widely debated this week as international matches are played worldwide.
The Cayman Islands has scored another massive achievement, by attracting an England national football team for a tournament here in the summer.
Lawyer and former Tourism Minister Cline Glidden has been seconded to regional football governing body CONCACAF to assist in establishing a new dispute resolution court for the sport based in the Cayman Islands.
Jeffrey Webb is set to be re-elected unopposed as president of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football when it meets next month.
The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) has confirmed the teams for the second staging of the CONCACAF Boys’ Under-15 Championship which will again be held in the Cayman Islands this summer.
Two football federations covering the Americas have selected Cayman for the site of a new sports arbitration court.
Brilliant teenage footballer Sebastian Martinez has taken another step towards his dream of becoming a professional in England after signing a two-year apprenticeship contract with Swindon Town.
Jeffrey Webb, president of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football, is strenuously denying that he wants to be the next FIFA president.
The Bahamas Football Association will host the 2017 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, so if the Cayman Islands gets to the finals, they will not have to travel too far.
Caribbean football has fresh support.
Football’s governing body plans to strengthen its monitoring and prevention of discrimination.
The Cayman Islands will host the second annual CONCACAF Boys’ Under-15 Championship next August.
Alfredo Whittaker, the long serving referee administrator, has been appointed to the referees’ committee of football’s world governing body, International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) in the competitions division.
The Cayman Islands Football Association has appointed a seven member committee to work on the development of women’s football in the Cayman Islands.