Tag: Paul Byles

Cayman Finance remains calm, Chamber outraged

Cayman Finance remains calm, Chamber outraged

| 02/05/2018 | 28 Comments
(CNS): Jude Scott, the CEO of Cayman Finance, has responded relatively calmly to the vote in the UK parliament yesterday, which will see the British government impose a public beneficial owners register on the Cayman Islands, as he pointed to the two-year process, during which time the dialogue with [...]

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Chamber to lobby for construction industry

Chamber to lobby for construction industry

| 19/04/2018 | 20 Comments
(CNS): The construction sector is complaining that the cost of doing business and bureaucracy are constraining the ability to grow, even though the industry is currently enjoy a period of expansion. Thirty construction and development firms took part in a recent round table at the Chamber of Commer [...]

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Chamber president calls for action on crime

Chamber president calls for action on crime

| 07/03/2018 | 24 Comments
(CNS): The Chamber of Commerce wants to lead policy discussions on crime with the government to find some solutions to what many see as a growing threat to the economy. The business organisation, which sees crime as a major threat to the bottom line of local businesses, said it was something the co [...]

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Chamber looks to nurture local entrepreneurs

Chamber looks to nurture local entrepreneurs

| 26/02/2018 | 6 Comments
(CNS): The Chamber of Commerce wants to encourage more young Caymanian entrepreneurs and help them understand that owning and building a business is a legitimate path to a successful future. New Chamber President, Paul Byles, told CNS that young people with an adequate education and the necessary [...]

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Business urged to wade in on consumer protection

Business urged to wade in on consumer protection

| 07/02/2018 | 11 Comments
(CNS): The new Chamber of Commerce president, Paul Byles, is urging all businesses to engage in the consultation process for the proposed Consumer Protection and Guarantees bill because he believes it will be much more difficult to ask for change once the law is passed. The bill is designed to give [...]

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