Cayman Names New Cabinet

Above: Cayman (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Cayman Premier Alden McLaughlin named his new Cabinet on Tuesday at his government’s first press briefing. McLaughlin himself will hold the portfolio of Home and Community affairs, while Deputy Premier Moses […]

Op-Ed: Truth, Lies, Tax and Cayman

By Gonzalo Jalles Op-Ed Contributor IT IS NO SURPRISE that the United Kingdom’s Guardian newspaper has once again attacked the Cayman Islands and other Overseas Territories. What does come as a surprise is when the article is written by a […]


Anguilla, BVI, TCI, Montserrat Agree on Automatic Sharing of Tax Information

Above: Anguilla By the Caribbean Journal staff The British Overseas Territories of Anguilla, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Montserrat, the Turks and Caicos Islands and Bermuda have agreed to automatically share tax information with the UK and with […]


Cayman Joining G5 Multilateral Tax Information Exchange Pilot

Above: Georgetown (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Cayman Islands has committed to joining a recently-announced pilot on multilateral automatic exchange of tax information. Cayman expressed its interest in the pilot, which was recently announced by the United […]

Cayman Swears in Two New Judges

Above: Acting Governor Franz Manderson and New Court of Appeal Judge Sir Richard Ground (Photo: GIS) By the Caribbean Journal staff A pair of new judges for the territory have been sworn in by Acting Cayman Islands Governor Franz Manderson. Sir […]

From Cayman to Turks and Caicos, Caribbean Politicians Remember Thatcher

Above: Margaret Thatcher By the Caribbean Journal staff A number of Caribbean leaders expressed their condolences Monday over the death of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Thatcher, the United Kingdom’s first (and thus far only) female Prime Minister, died […]


Former Cayman Premier McKeeva Bush Formally Charged With Corruption

Above: former Cayman Islands Premier McKeeva Bush By Alexander Britell Former Cayman Islands Premier McKeeva Bush has been formally charged with corruption, the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service announced in a statement Wednesday. The charges came following police interviews with […]

Cayman Islands, Brazil Sign Tax Information Exchange Agreement

Above: Georgetown (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The Cayman Islands has signed a tax information exchange agreement with Brazil, its 31st such international agreement. The treaty, which was signed on Tuesday, seeks to build on business relationships already […]

Former Cayman Premier Returns for Further Police Interviews

Above: Former Cayman Islands Premier McKeeva Bush By the Caribbean Journal staff Former Cayman Islands Premier McKeeva Bush, who was arrested in connection with corruption allegations in December 2012, returned for further police interviews on Tuesday, according to a statement […]


The Caribbean's Top 10 Snorkeling Destinations for 2013

IT’S ONE OF THE Caribbean’s most popular pastimes – snorkeling. And, thankfully, there are more than enough terrific snorkeling destinations to go around. While these lists always lead to difficult choices, we present to you Caribbean Journal’s inaugural Snorkeling List […]

Usain Bolt to Race in Cayman

Above: Usain Bolt in London By the Caribbean Journal staff International sprinting superstar Usain Bolt will be participating in the second annual Cayman Invitational in May. It is the biggest track meet of its kind in the Cayman Islands, organized […]

New CEO at Cayman Finance

Above: Georgetown (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Cayman Finance, the organization that represents Cayman’s financial services industry, has named Gonzalo Jalles as its new Chief Executive Officer. Jalles was formerly the CEO of HSBC Cayman until founding his […]


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