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By Accident or Design: Bermuda’s Unique Variation Provision
  Much of Bermuda’s current legislation is based on English equivalents. However, from time to time, there are differences between English and Bermuda legislation that create unique opportunities. (01/07/2018)
On Global Tax Matters Boardroom Uncertainty Prevails
  US Tax Reform, BEPs, taxing the digital economy: PwC's David Prestwich tackles some of today's key global tax issues and quandaries. (29/06/2018)
International Financial Centres: Over-Regulation and the Rule of Law
  "It seems that as small jurisdictions comply with one blacklist, yet another one emerges demanding compliance," explains Gilbert Morris. (01/05/2018)
Foundation Companies: Cayman's Newest Offering
  Foundation Companies (FCs) are Cayman's newest offering for private wealth and commercial structuring. (01/05/2018)
Is ‘De-Risking’ Waning?
  Krishna Srinivasan, Deputy Director of the International Monetary Fund’s Western Hemisphere Department offers hope for positive change in correspondent banking relationships across the Caribbean. (01/05/2018)
The New Data Protection Law in the Cayman Islands
  A robust standard for the use and misuse of personal information has become an absolute prerequisite, especially for large financial centres like the Cayman Islands. (30/04/2018)
Cayman: Leading Innovation and Setting Global Standards
  With the right balance, we can enjoy the benefits of innovation and the protections of an appropriate regulatory structure. Cayman’s approach to smart FinTech regulation can strike that balance. (30/04/2018)
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