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19/11/2018 | hsmoffice

Trust Issues: Foundation Companies in the Cayman Islands

Our Head of Private Client and Trusts, Robert Mack, takes a look at Foundation Companies in the Cayman Islands and how they differ to trusts in the private client context. In late 2017, Foundation Companies in the Cayman Islands were Read more +

14/11/2018 | hsmoffice

Litigation and Insolvency Attorney Called to Cayman Islands Bar

HSM’s newest Senior Associate Adam Crane has been called to the Cayman Islands Bar on November 6, 2018. Adam’s admission was moved by HSM Partner Ian Lambert, who summarised his qualifications for Justice Richard Williams. Adam hails from Nova Scotia, Read more +

08/11/2018 | hsmoffice

New Immigration Opportunities for the Spouse of a Caymanian

Partner and Immigration Expert, Nick Joseph explores The Immigration (Amendment) Law, 2018  (“the Amendment Law”) that came into effect on 13 August 2018, and following this passage, new opportunities present themselves for persons who are married to a Caymanian and Read more +

31/10/2018 | hsmoffice

Why Should You Register a Vessel in the Cayman Islands?

The Cayman Islands is recognised as one of the most prestigious flag states internationally and is a popular and attractive base for the registration of foreign owned vessels. The Cayman Islands, consisting of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, Read more +

HSM Participates in Cayman Brac Careers Fair at the Layman Scott High School

HSM participated in the Layman E. Scott Sr. High School Career Fair which was held on 23 March 2018. HSM was on hand to offer the students an opportunity to join their 2018/19 internship programme. IP Head Paralegal, Natasha Whitelocke was on hand to speak with students about a career in the legal profession especially in the fields of Intellectual Property, Debt Collection, Immigration and Corporate Services.

The Honorable Ms. O’Connor- Connolly was in attendance at the fair to highlight the importance of the event. The fair was held to expose students and teachers of the Brac community to the various opportunities available on Grand Cayman and in Cayman Brac.

Ms. Whitelocke was very impressed with the students and their commitment to finding a clear path to their chosen careers.  She noted, “We at HSM are committed to doing our part to ensure that there are job opportunities for our local youth. We want to ensure that those who have the opportunity to intern with us receive adequate training which will reflect on their work habits well into the future. I am excited with the possibility of attending this event again next year. “

Photo Caption –  IP Head Paralegal, Natasha Whitelocke with Layman E. Scott Sr. High School Students at the Career Fair.