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Cayman Islands Bankers Association
The Cayman Islands Bankers Association (CIBA) membership comprises the majority of registered banks and trust companies in the Cayman Islands and is open to all licensed banks and trust companies. CIBA’s main objectives are: To further the development and preserve the good reputation of the Cayman Islands as an international banking and financial centre; To foster study courses for the training of bank and trust company personnel and to encourage and support institutions in the Cayman Islands in the furtherance of commercial education, with emphasis on banking and trust administration and fiduciary practices; To identify and uphold the common interest of members in their relationships with the government and people of the Cayman Islands and with business and professional associations.

Cayman Islands Department of Tourism
With information booths at Owen Roberts International Airport and the Cruise Ship Terminals downtown Georgetown, as well as five regional offices in the US and Canada, the Department of Tourism provides information and promotion for the islands tourism sector. The website provides information on vacation essentials, things to do and island services. The Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the Department of Tourism for the use of certain photos featured in this site.

Cayman Islands Directors Association
The Cayman Islands Directors Association (CIDA) is an association organised and run exclusively by directors of Cayman Islands companies. The Association guarantees its members their own collective independent voice in all matters concerning corporate governance and board room matters and in all sectors of the Cayman Islands financial industry.

CI Society of Financial Analysts (CFA)
CFA is an association of local investment professionals. Consisting of portfolio managers, security analysts, investment advisors, and other financial professionals, promoting ethical and professional standards within the investment industry; encouraging professional development through the CFA Program and continuing education; facilitating the exchange of information and opinions among people within the local investment community and beyond, and; working to further the public's understanding of the CFA designation and investment industry. As one of CFA Institute member societies,the Cayman Islands society connects members to a global network of investment professionals. The CFA Society of the Cayman Islands also offers scholarships to Caymanian applicants, to assist with the expense of studying and enrolling for the exams. Applicants should contact the membership chair Geoff Ruddick at gruddick@ims.ky for more information..

Cayman Finance Ltd.
Cayman Finance promotes the development of the Cayman Islands financial services industry through cooperation and engagement with domestic and international political leaders, regulators, organisations and media; to promote the integrity and transparency of the Industry by legislative and regulatory enactment and to encourage the sustainable growth of the Industry through innovation, education and integration.

Cayman Islands Fire Department
The Cayman Islands Fire Service is located on Airport Rd. in George Town with sub-Stations in Frank Sound, West Bay, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. For emergencies dial 911. Email them with questions at Fire@candw.ky.

Cayman Islands Fund Administrators Association
The Cayman Islands Fund Administrators Association (CIFAA) represents companies providing fund administration services to many of the approximately 10,000 funds domiciled in the Cayman Islands.  This professional body is dedicated to the provision of first-class service to the industry

Cayman Islands Government
The Cayman Islands is a parliamentary democracy with judicial, executive and legislative branches. In the Cayman Islands, the people elect the Members of the Legislative Assembly, and the MLAs elects the majority of the Cabinet. There is no second tier of local government. The link above will bring you to the official Cayman Islands Goverment website which includes information on government agencies and services.

Cayman Islands Real Estate Brokers Association (CIREBA)
This group is the only professional association of Realtors in Cayman. The aims of the association are to standardize the industry in terms of commissions, business forms and a code of ethics, while at the same time providing improved service and exposure to its clients and properties.

Cayman Islands Society of Human Resource Professionals
C.I.S.H.R.P. was formed by a group of Human Resource professionals within the Cayman Islands.

Cayman Islands Society of Professional Accountants (CISPA)

CISPA is an organization which is pro-active in providing value to our members, promoting the accounting profession, while at the same time fostering and maintaining high standards for our profession.

Cayman Islands Tourism Association
The Cayman Islands Tourism Association (CITA) is a private sector member based association committed to providing the vital united representation of tourism related groups that is necessary to compete within the region and worldwide. 

Employee Assistance Programme
A non-profit organisation that provides consultation and counselling for professional and personal issues to enrolled businesses, their employees and their families.

International College of the Cayman Islands
(ICCI) is a non-profit school that focuses on business education and office administration. Peruse degree programs, facilities and fees on their site.

Junior Achievement
The JA program in Grand Cayman was established in 1991 by the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Central and is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors. The Junior Achievement Company Program helps young people appreciate and better understand the role of business in our society.

National Museum
Housed in the most historic building in central George Town, the National Museum provides a rich collection and interactive displays of the islands' history, culture and spirit.

The National Gallery
The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands serves to promote and encourage the appreciation and practice of the visual arts, of and in the Cayman Islands. To this end, the National Gallery travels Caymanian art and artists abroad as well as having many fine international artists visit, exhibit and work in the Cayman Islands.

The Royal Cayman Islands Police
The Royal Cayman Islands Police (R.C.I.P.) Service exists to make the Cayman islands a peaceful place to live, a safe place to visit and a secure place to maintain an international finance centre.

Red Cross
"To improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity" We have been working to serve the needs of the local community....helping people in emergencies, teaching first aid and CPR courses, organizing programs for youth and the elderly. Your support is vital for the Red Cross.

University College of the Cayman Islands
The University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI): UCCI is an institution of higher learning that is dedicated to advancing knowledge and developing creative graduates through our cultural, social, economic and environmental activities. UCCI offers a number of certificate programmes, associate and bachelor degrees, as well as, graduate programmes and executive training programmes.

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