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Cayman's Parliament is expected to enact a new Law that will give third parties who are conferred benefits under a contract, but who are not a party to it, the right to enforce the contract's terms for their own purposes.
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The new location was added to meet FinScan's rapidly growing international client base and complements other data centers in Growing client interest in software as a service , or "hosted," options has driven FinScan's global expansion.
This gorgeous 31-year-old model was born in the Cayman Islands and is of Native America, Irish and African descent.
Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman Island. The US loses $150 billion in federal revenue annually when earnings are transferred to tax havens like the Cayman Islands.
They funnel money into the accounts and then use it to buy stocks and bonds back in the U.S. Round-tripping occurs when American citizens open bank accounts in tax havens such as the Cayman Islands.
Round-tripping occurs when American citizens open bank accounts in tax havens such as the Cayman Islands.
FURTHER POWERS are set to be afforded to HM Revenue & Customs as the government looks to tighten the noose on those holding funds offshore and maximise its revenues.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has said he is considering legal action after claims that he pocketed A 15,500 per year in expenses for an office on which he pays no rent.
Offshore litigation of claims against professionals may have entered a new era. Numerous recent decisions have blessed the use of commercial litigation funding and confirm that it should not offend rules against champerty and maintenance .
It was a deliberately slow, but rewarding, march towards love for Brian Kong and Candice Newman.
The FBI has opened an investigation into Herbalife Ltd., makers of the nutrition and weight loss products that hedge fund manager William Ackman famously called a "pyramid scheme."
There have been a number of decisions published recently by the courts in various international financial centres such as Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Jersey and Singapore, that have considered the meaning and effect of inter-governmental Tax Information Exchange Agreements and their enabling legislation.
The ongoing saga between international airlines and the Venezuelan government continues.
Litigation against directors, officers and professional service providers, following the collapse of offshore funds and collective investment schemes such as Madoff and Weavering, continues to proceed in a variety of jurisdictions, both offshore and onshore.