Cayman Islands: Resources
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Regulatory Agency Sites
The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority regulates and supervises the financial services industry. Its main objectives are to issue currency notes and to maintain both monetary stability and the financial system of the country. The site provides information about the regulatory framework and regulated sectors, external cooperation and assessments, enforcement, and statistics and regulated entities.
The Department of Commerce & Investment is responsible for the promotion of investment within the Cayman Islands. The agency serves as a central resource point for potential investors. The site provides guides, laws, and how-to pamphlets for investing in the Cayman Islands. In addition, a section about starting and running a business in various industries is provided.
The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce helps to further business development across the Cayman Islands. The Chamber is a member-driven organization that assesses the needs of local business owners and executives. This site features information on business, travel, and investment within the Cayman Islands.
The Caribbean Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (CAIPA) facilitates and promotes investment in the Caribbean region. The CAIPA website includes information regarding investment opportunities and incentives. Also included on the site is general information about the economies of each of its member countries.