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Coconut Joe's fun affordable night life and sports bar famous for happy hour specials.
Seven Mile Beach is where the bold and beautiful go to see and be part of the party.
Cayman Islands Beach
The Grand Cayman Beach Suites (formerly Hyatt Regency Grand Cayman) is the island's finest all suite luxury beach resort in the Cayman Islands. Experience the sparking white Caribbean sands of Seven Mile Beach and all that our beautiful and exotic Grand Cayman Island resort has to offer.
The Grand Cayman Beach Suites was named in Frommers Top 25 luxury hotels in Caribbean travel and leisure. Expedia readers named Grand Cayman Beach Suites as the #1 luxury resort in the Caymans, consistently scoring 4.7 and the hotel has built up thousands of reviews from happy customers over the years. It is simple to see why we consider Grand Cayman Beach Suites to be one of the best luxury hotels and resorts in the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands Banking
The Cayman Islands are a major international financial centre. The biggest sectors are "banking, hedge fund formation and investment, structured finance and securitization, captive insurance, and general corporate activities." Regulation and supervision of the financial services industry is the responsibility of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA).
The Cayman Islands are the fifth-largest banking centre in the world, with $1.5 trillion in banking liabilities. There are 279 banks (as of June 2008), 19 of which are licensed to conduct banking activities with domestic (Cayman-based) and international clients, the remaining 260 are licensed to operate on an international basis with only limited domestic activity. Financial services generated CI$1.2 billion of GDP in 2007 (55% of the total economy), 36% of all employment and 40% of all government revenue. In 2010, the country ranked fifth internationally in terms of value of liabilities booked in the Cayman Islands and sixth in terms of assets booked. It has branches of 40 of the world's 50 largest banks. The Cayman Islands are the second largest captive domicile in the world with more than 700 captives, writing more than US$7.7 billion of premiums and with US$36.8 billion of assets under management.