Cayman climbs eight places in the Global Financial Centres Index

Pedro Gonçalves
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The Cayman Islands jumped from 29th to 21st position in the Global Financial Centres Index after positive assessments from Latin America and the Caribbean, Eastern Europe and Central Asia, and North America earned it 30 points. The British Crown dependencies, on the other hand, showed a mixed performance with Jersey making a small gain, the Isle of Man moving up but Guernsey dropping 15 places in the index to 75th place. At the top of the index, New York remains in first place, seven points head of London, as local news outlet The Journal reports. "London remains second despite man...

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