Welcome to EY Bahamas
About the EY Region of Bahamas, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands
The region of member firms in the Bahamas, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands is operationally aligned with our Americas Financial Services Organization, headquartered in New York. We serve the banking and capital markets, insurance, and wealth and asset management sectors providing a full suite of advisory, assurance, transaction advisory and tax services; and focus on providing seamless, exceptional client service.
Locally, we are committed to doing our part in building a better working world for our people, for our clients and for our communities.
Globally, we are also united by our shared values, which inspire our people worldwide and guide them to do the right thing, and our commitment to quality, which is embedded in who we are and everything we do.
At EY, we see digital issues as business issues. We spend time with our clients to understand their business issues and objectives, ensuring we address their underlying business challenges. Digital is infused in everything we do. As a full-service professional services organization, our unique advantage is being able to bring a multi-domain and cross-service line approach to our clients to solve the bigger and more complex end-to-end business transformation challenges.
Find out more about how EY can help you navigate digital disruption here.
A recent decision by the English High Court provides welcome clarification on the question of the applicability of the Cross-Border Insolvency Regulations 2006 to just and equitable liquidations. This judgment paves the way for subsequent recognitions of this nature and brings needed certainty to the cross-border insolvency regime and industry.
Alternative fund managers, directors, administrators, lawyers and regulators joined EY business leaders for EY's 11th Annual Global Alternative Fund Symposium in the Cayman Islands. Read about the highlights and the top five trends that surfaced during our panel discussions.
The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) recently added additional clarity to developments in the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regime that will impact financial service providers.