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Cayman most popular domicile for crypto funds

The Cayman Islands and the United States remained the top two jurisdictions for crypto hedge funds last year, despite losing market share.

Upskilling critical to meet digital transformation targets in region

More than half of the surveyed companies expect that at least 30% of their employees will work remotely post-pandemic.

PwC donates $375,000 to Bahamas relief efforts

PwC in the Caribbean and the PwC US Charitable Foundation have donated US$375,000 to the disaster relief and recovery efforts in the Bahamas.

Business in Brief: Student interns spend summer at Tower

Tower, a strategic communications agency, recently added two Caymanian students, Parker Godwin and Stefan Langlois, to its team as summer interns. Mr. Godwin, 21, is a senior at the University of South Alabama, where he is double majoring in marketing and management.
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Accountancy firms contest double charge

Government’s attempts to collect two sets of business licensing fees from accountancy firms amounts to unfair double taxation that is not supported by the wording of the legislation, lawyers for five major firms argued in Grand Court Wednesday.
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Asset management Chiefs confident about revenue growth

Confidence is high among asset and wealth management executives. Most chief executives in the industry (92 percent) surveyed by PwC are confident or very confident about the growth outlook over the next 12 months. This is higher than the average of 86 percent across the financial services sector.

Back to drawing board for new court plan

Three proposals for new facilities to meet the pressing demand for new court space in the Cayman Islands were dismissed as unaffordable, Chief Justice Anthony Smellie revealed Wednesday.

Leading accountancy firms challenge license fees

BDO Cayman, Deloitte and Touche, Ernst & Young, KPMG and PwC have jointly applied for judicial review of government’s decision to dismiss their appeals that a $2,000 annual fee for every accountant on staff should not be applied to them.

Round 6 results of PwC Junior Tennis

The Cayman Islands Tennis Club last weekend hosted the PwC Junior Circuit Tennis Tournament, the sixth and final round of the season with just the PwC invitational to go. In round six, a record number of players took part, with 26 juniors playing over three divisions.

PwC helps businesses prepare for IFRS implementation

PwC’s team was in the Bahamas on Sept. 19 and in the Cayman Islands on Sept. 21 to help organizations to better understand and prepare for International Financial Reporting Standards 15 and 16.

PwC sponsors tennis junior circuit for 8th year

The Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands is being sponsored by PwC for the eighth consecutive year.

With new CIMA rules, more computer security certifications

Last week a dozen people gathered for a weeklong computer security boot camp, sitting at desks in a conference room at eShore, overlooking Heroes...

Business in Brief: CIMA, Abu Dhabi Global Market sign agreement

PwC appoints new Caribbean CEO; Health City recognized for commercial development; Walkers admits Caymanian attorney; Greenlight Re supports school garden program

Rain delays, but doesn’t ruin junior tennis tournament

The fourth tournament of the 2016 PwC Junior Tennis Circuit, scheduled for the last weekend in May, finally ended on June 2 due to rain delays.

Number of courtrooms could more than double in new plans

Monday April 11 was a good example of why Cayman needs a bigger courthouse, but Court Administrator Kevin McCormac says space is not the only concern. On the other hand, plans currently being discussed include the possibility of more than doubling the number of courtrooms now available.

PwC Junior Circuit tennis tournament hosts 24 top players

The second PwC Junior Circuit tennis tournament on March 4-6 at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club hosted 24 of Cayman’s top junior tennis players.

Kiteboarders raise thousands for Cancer Society

A small team of ambitious and charitable kiteboarders who plan to ride the wind from Little Cayman to Grand Cayman as part of the first Maples Kiting for Cancer event have raised $100,000 for the Cayman Islands Cancer Society.

Environmentally friendly office building opens at Camana Bay

The grand opening of a new Class A office building at Camana Bay, called 18 Forum Lane, was celebrated with a reception and ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday night.

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Camana Bay’s newest building, 18 Forum Lane, will be having it official grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Jan. 27. The building’s...

Forging community connections at GTPS

PwC volunteers and George Town Primary students joined for an afternoon of fun on Jan. 5. Breaking out the sidewalk chalk, basketballs and soccer...

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