The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce established the Chamber Pension Plan in 1992 to promote retirement savings at a time when little was being done to help residents to save money. Today the Plan is one of the largest and most cost-effective, multi-employer funds in the Cayman Islands and the first to be licensed by Government under the National Pensions Law in 1998. An elected nine-member volunteer Board of Trustees representing both employers and employees from all industry sectors governs the operation of the Plan and includes two Trustees appointed by the Chamber Council. To learn more about the Plan’s performance and how to sign up, click below.
Cayman CLEAN is a public awareness campaign to focus attention on littering and its impact on the Cayman Islands’ environment, tourism product and communities.
Growth Matters is a series of animated, educational and fun videos with the intention of educating the community about the importance of economic growth, and how growth is attained.
Junior Achievement inspires and prepares young people to succeed in a global economy through in-school and after-school practical educational programmes focused on business, economics and free enterprise.
Leadership Cayman is a six-month intensive course that enables class members to develop new leadership skills and learn vital information about the Cayman Islands’ social, economic, business, and political issues from diverse, high-level community leaders.
Mentoring Cayman in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports, Agriculture and Lands, provides year 11 students with the opportunity to learn from, and develop a long-term relationship with, a mentor that has been matched by common interests and career choices.