Brexit and Trump – a reboot for global tax policy?

What do the electoral shake-ups of 2016 mean for Cayman and other offshore centers? With Trump now inaugurated and in command of the White House,...

Quarterly Review

Cayman’s bond rating ‘stable’ The Cayman Islands government’s debt rating has stayed the same and maintains a “stable” outlook going forward, according to Moody’s Investors...

Brexit, May and Cayman

The U.K.’s political landscape has completely changed since I wrote my last article for the Cayman Financial Review in early June. Three weeks after that...

Britain’s Brexit vote opens way for a regulatory rethink

In June, as the world well knows now, the people of Britain voted to leave the European Union. At least some of the popular...

Never mind Brexit – The EU responds to British vote with more centralization and...

Following a few days of entertaining political ballyhoo, the initial excitement following the British vote to leave the EU wore off rather quickly. Europeans...

After Brexit

The U.K.’s decision to leave the EU marks a historic shift in the nation’s relationship not only with Europe but with the world. In...

Brexit and the Cayman Islands

The relationship between the European Union and the Cayman Islands has an interesting history. When faced with the prospect of the extension of the...

The EU’s democratic deficit

Following the end of World War II, Western European leaders set out to create pan-European institutions that would assure future peace and prosperity on...
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