Deputy Premier to Present Perpetuities Amendment to Parliament

Deputy Premier to Present Perpetuities Amendment to Parliament

The Perpetuities (Amendment) Bill, 2024, gazetted on 24 May, seeks to increase Cayman’s competitiveness in the trusts and estate planning sector by removing the mandatory perpetuity period of 150 years for many existing and future trusts.   The Financial...
CIG Attends International Intellectual Property Meetings

CIG Attends International Intellectual Property Meetings

The Ministry of Financial Services and Commerce’s Head of Commerce Policy Suzette Ebanks and Senior Policy Analyst Alicia Reid, along with the Cayman Islands Intellectual Property Office’s (CIIPO) IP Examiner Carolee Nunez, attended INTA’s 146th annual meeting.  ...