2018-02 February Newsletter

Welcome to the February edition of IMAC news

This month...

  • Spotlight on the IMAC Scholarship
  • Highlights from Cayman Captive Forum 2017
  • Insurance's contribution to the Cayman economy
  • Upcoming events and activities
  • Elsewhere in the news

IMAC Scholarship Student CCF videos 
For over 20 years, the IMAC Scholarship has assisted with the post high school education of young Caymanians. The fund has raised over $34 million since inception and is currently assisting 15 students overseas.

Erica Powell, one of IMAC's Scholarship students spoke at the Cayman Captive Conference 2017, telling the audience about her experience of obtaining the scholarship and what it means to her. Put the kettle on and take five minutes to tune in to Erica's talk:

If you want more information on the IMAC scholarship, including details on where the funding comes from and information on the 42 recipients to date, check out the website


Economic Survey

We were delighted to see Cayman Finance's Jude Scott in the press recently, discussing the impact of the financial services industry on Cayman's economy. Mr Scott's comments further enhance the messaging from the IMAC Economic Survey, conducted at the back-end of 2017, which showcased the captive insurance industry alone, generating SU $100 million towards Cayman's economy in 2016.You can read the full results from the economic survey on our website. 

Highlights from Cayman Captive Forum 2017: 

We are pleased to release the highlights video from the 25th Cayman Captive Forum. This two minute clip showcases all the best bits from another successful Forum, and talks to people about exactly why they keep coming back to Grand Cayman each November.

If you were unable to attend the event, or missed any of the sessions, you can also catch the recordings of everything from 'Captive 101' to 'Cyber Risk, Patient Safety and Captives' on our website

Upcoming events and activities
15/4/18: RIMS 2018

Keep an eye on caymancaptive.ky for other upcoming member events too. 

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