Business nervous over Bush investigations

| 25/04/2012

_DEW7157-web-0.jpg(CNS Business): The Chamber of Commerce and Cayman Finance have both raised concerns over the revelations that the Cayman Islands premier is the subject of three police investigations but have both stopped short of asking the country’s leader and UDP party boss to step down. The two organisations have called for a speedy resolution to the police probes in order to protect the jurisdiction’s reputation. CITA, which represents the tourism sector, made no comment about the revelations as it said its membership was not fully informed, a sentiment echoed by the Cayman Islands Bankers Association, and the Law Society declined to comment on the police probes into McKeeva Bush over  two alleged cases of financial irregularities and his involvement with an illegal shipment of dynamite. Read more on CNS Business

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