21 March 2003 The publication of the report “Towards a Level Playing Field”1 prepared by the influential international law firm, Stikeman Elliott, provides a welcome and timely opportunity to pause and analyse more objectively certain of the assumptions that underpinRead More
Global Reinsurance journal’s Cayman Islands Special Report 2002, published December 2002 View PDFRead More
Will Further Crackdowns in the Offshore Centres Really Assist the Fight Against Money Laundering Post September 11th?
Mondaq 21 November 2002 The confusion inherent in the title of this article characterises the flawed thinking that has surrounded the central issue from inception: the need for high tax jurisdictions to obtain greater and uniform transparency for all cross-borderRead More
The Lawyer 28 May 2001 Where precisely do the Cayman Islands stand now that the dust has settled following the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development’s (OECD) and the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering’s (FATF) supranational initiatives onRead More
3 April 2000 There are four independent but related international initiatives in varying stages of development that deal with tax competition; that of the Finance Ministers of the G-7, the United Nations, the European Union and the Organisation of EconomicRead More
IFLR 1 December 1999 The Cayman Islands are a UK Overseas Territory and one of the largest banking centres in the world. The Islands are home to some 575 bank and trust licensees, including nearly all of the world’s topRead More