Over the past years there has been some debate about whether companies are leaving the Islands, whether immigration rules are hampering business and about business costs being too high in Cayman.
Flexibility in government to accommodate commercial investment has
always been an asset to encourage economic growth. Public-private
partnerships have even greater importance in today’s challenging
financial environment, especially for a small and isolated jurisdiction
like the Cayman Islands.
There’s long been talk of diversifying Cayman’s economy into areas
beyond finance and tourism. The Future of Cayman initiative aims at
translating those long-held intentions into actions.