Dart in the Cayman Islands
One of the very first family offices to move here, Ken Dart and his family made the move in 1993. Attracted to the islands' political stability, easy proximity to the US and idyllic quality of life, he saw the opportunity to make their home and base their business. Twenty years on and many have followed, discovering Cayman's tropical charm and financial sophistication.
Safe, sophisticated and secure and just 90 minutes from Miami. The world's sixth largest financial centre enjoys year-round sunshine and a world-class infrastructure and has earned the reputation of being the easiest place in the world to do business.
The benefits of business
In a blissful locale
Looking to do business in paradise? You'll be hard pushed to find a more perfect location than the Cayman Islands. Beyond the pristine beaches and crystal blue waters there's a sophisticated business community of global banks and accounting and law firms, operating in a highly regulated financial centre. Political and economic stability, world-class infrastructure, an absence of taxation and crime, and the ease of doing business make this jurisdiction the perfect place to set up office.
Living the Dream
Moving to the Cayman Islands
Soft white sands, swaying palms, endless sunsets and year-round sunshine. It's no wonder that moving to the Cayman Islands is for many a dream come true. From shipping your stuff to finding a school, from paperwork to pets, we know it's a big move wherever you are coming to us from; let us show you the way.
How to do business
in the Cayman Islands
Setting up a new business is a big deal wherever you are, but there are just a few simple but essential steps to making it happen in the Cayman Islands. Follow our step-by-step guide to starting a business here.
Cayman's come a long way from the shipbuilding, fishing and rope-making industries of the past; but the spirit of entrepreneurialism and innovation runs strong. These days you're more likely to come across a Hollywood film in production on our shores, or meet an award-winning chef. The destination is a well-known hub for the financial, legal and tourism industries, but our small business sector is booming, too, and is as diverse as our people - from family offices to film making, business works in Cayman.