Summary of “Offshore financial transactions” course in the Cayman Islands – By May Hen

Cambridge Tax Discussion Group

x105 Like a good sociologist, May Hen blends herself in with the Texas A&M law school cohort. (Photo credit: Thomas Sims of Texas A&M.)

Hi all, May Hen here. I am a PhD student in Sociology at Cambridge and currently in the Cayman Islands conducting fieldwork in the Cayman Islands on the economic sociology of offshore and economic history of Cayman. I had the pleasure of taking part in one of the most interesting courses I have ever come across on offshore financial centres co-organized by Texas A&M University School of Law and The University of Alabama Law School. Led by Andrew Morris, Dean of Law at Texas A&M, this course has been well established. It is in it’s 13th year in Cayman with a new course being rolled out in Jersey this year. This course provided students with little to no understanding of how an offshore financial centre functions with a…

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