Archive for March 20th, 2018

CIG proposing health insurance plan for over 65s

CIG proposing health insurance plan for over 65s

| 20/03/2018 | 22 Comments
(CNS): The government is embarking on a public consultation on the idea of a Standard Health Insurance Contract for seniors in the Cayman Islands aged 65 and older. The Health Insurance Commission (HIC) and Department of Health Regulatory Services (DHRS) have created a survey seeking opinions on ho [...]

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Police seeking teenager missing from girls home

Police seeking teenager missing from girls home

| 20/03/2018 | 19 Comments
(CNS): The police are asking for the public’s help in tracking down 15-year-old Motesha Mothen, who was last seen at school yesterday (19 March). The teenager, who is a resident of the Frances Bodden home in Bodden Town, was wearing her John Gray High School uniform when she left for school o [...]

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Governor to be sworn in on arrival

Governor to be sworn in on arrival

| 20/03/2018 | 99 Comments
(CNS): Anwar Choudhury, the new governor of the Cayman Islands, will be sworn into office immediately after his anticipated arrival Monday, officials have confirmed. The ceremony will take place at the Legislative Assembly before the UK representative begins his official duties, with his first day [...]

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CIG gets to work courting Chinese business

CIG gets to work courting Chinese business

| 20/03/2018 | 51 Comments
(CNS): The Cayman Islands delegation to Great Festival of Innovation in Hong Kong, led by Premier Alden McLaughlin, has already started courting business since arriving in the strategic autonomous Chinese city Monday night. Financial Services Minister Tara Rivers, Chief Officer Dax Basdeo and Cayma [...]

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ICO phenomenon demands regulatory attention

ICO phenomenon demands regulatory attention

| 20/03/2018 | 38 Comments
(CNS): After Bitcoin took investors on a rollercoaster ride last year, 2018 is shaping up to be the Cayman Islands’ biggest year for cryptocurrency funded startups — known as initial coin offerings (ICOs) — as companies around the world look to cash in on the digital asset explosion. Again [...]

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