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As the primary financial services regulator, the mission of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority is to enhance the economic wealth and reputation of the Cayman Islands by fostering a thriving and growing, competitive, and internationally recognised financial services industry, through appropriate, responsive, cost-effective and efficient supervision and a stable currency.

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Donald Thorpe 

(Wednesday, 17 September, 2014) CIMA will be hosting a seminar with Fitch Ratings at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort on 22 October 2014. CIMA’s Public Relations Executive, Dr. Sharon Marshall, recently spoke with Fitch Ratings Senior Director, Mr. Donald Thorpe, about what attendees can expect from the seminar. Please click the following link for more information: Upcoming Events 

 


 

 

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The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority has entered into a number of domestic agreements to enhance mutual cooperation and information exchange in the carrying out of various functions and duties in accordance with the Monetary Authority Law and other regulatory laws.

These agreements can be accessed on the Domestic Agreements page.

The Monetary Authority Law also facilitates CIMA's collaboration with industry through a formalised private sector consultation process. For more information on this aspect of CIMA's work, see Consultation.

 

 

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Domestic Co-Operation

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority has entered into a number of domestic agreements to enhance mutual cooperation and information exchange in the carrying out of various functions and duties in accordance with the Monetary Authority Law and other regulatory laws.

These agreements can be accessed on the Domestic Agreements page.

The Monetary Authority Law also facilitates CIMA's collaboration with industry through a formalised private sector consultation process. For more information on this aspect of CIMA's work, see Consultation.

 

 

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Domestic Co-Operation

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority has entered into a number of domestic agreements to enhance mutual cooperation and information exchange in the carrying out of various functions and duties in accordance with the Monetary Authority Law and other regulatory laws.

These agreements can be accessed on the Domestic Agreements page.

The Monetary Authority Law also facilitates CIMA's collaboration with industry through a formalised private sector consultation process. For more information on this aspect of CIMA's work, see Consultation.

 

 

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Domestic Co-Operation

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority has entered into a number of domestic agreements to enhance mutual cooperation and information exchange in the carrying out of various functions and duties in accordance with the Monetary Authority Law and other regulatory laws.

These agreements can be accessed on the Domestic Agreements page.

The Monetary Authority Law also facilitates CIMA's collaboration with industry through a formalised private sector consultation process. For more information on this aspect of CIMA's work, see Consultation.

 

 

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Updated: 28-Jul-2014