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CUC achieves highest staffing level

Caribbean Utilities Company has been awarded the Gold level Investors in People Accreditation. The award follows a rigorous review process conducted by Investors in People International of the United Kingdom. As part of the assessment process, the IIP assessor interviewed a cross section of the company’s staff. Employees chosen for …

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Health City gets hearts beating

Health City Cayman Islands is offering another first that could save the lives of heart patients across the Caribbean. Health City is the first hospital in the English-speaking Caribbean to use robotic navigation for joint replacements and the first to install two artificial hearts or left ventricle assisted devices. It …

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HSM takes on students

The HSM Group is welcoming four talented students from the Cayman Islands Education Centre for internships over the summer. Keanuanna Melwood, Gabriel Morla, Tianna Ramgeet and Tagh-Jay Wilson, have joined HSM’s summer internship programme for a unique learning experience. Each of the interns will be gaining experience in areas such …

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Regulator to analyse energy options

The CEO of OfReg, the utilities regulator, says that his team will be conducting a rigorous analysis of the process that led to the contracting of Cayman’s first commercial-scale renewable energy plant which opened on June 20. He hopes the analysis will provide insights into what was done right, and …

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Ogier promotes investment funds duo

Ogier has promoted two senior investment funds specialists in its Cayman team in recognition of their experience and technical skill. Ben Gillooly has been promoted to counsel, while Justin Savage has become a managing associate. Mr. Gillooly works with major financial institutions, hedge fund managers and their onshore counsel with …

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Help for Children backed by Estera

Estera, a world-leading fiduciary and administration services provider, was the lead sponsor of the first-ever Night at the Races charitable event earlier this month at The Wharf. The event was hosted by The Committee of Hope, Hedge Funds Care Cayman, with all proceeds benefitting Help for Children. “Night at the …

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Carey Olsen named Offshore Law Firm of the Year

Cayman-based Carey Olsen has been named Offshore Law Firm of the Year at The Lawyer Awards 2017. Held at The Grosvenor hotel in London on Tuesday, June 27, the annual event brings together more than 1,300 private practice lawyers and senior corporate counsel to celebrate best practice in the legal …

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$285m hotel planned

Howard Hospitality Group, an international hotel investor, developer and operator, has announced the development of an all-new resort located on the former Pageant Beach site in Grand Cayman. The $285 million development will make a splash, creating a destination that brings together George Town and Seven Mile Beach, with one-of-a-kind …

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Delegates attend CARICOM conference

The Ministry of Home Affairs Acting Deputy Chief Officer, Michael Ebanks, led a team of senior officials to the CARICOM Counter-Terrorism Strategy Conference, in Trinidad and Tobago, on June 12-13. Hosted by the CARICOM Implementation Agency for Crime and Security, in collaboration with the European Union, the purpose of the …

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CIBC is 50 years in credit

By Paul Kennedy [email protected] As 50-year-olds go, CIBC First Caribbean doesn’t look too bad for its age. When the bank first opened in Cayman the country was a lot different to the world-class financial centre its grown to become. To mark five decades in business, staff at CIBC threw a …

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