The FSD Users’ Committee meets regularly (between 2 and 4 times per year) with a Judge of the FSD as convener. The aim of this committee is to improve on a continuing basis the practice and procedures in the FSD division. As part of that role, the committee publishes an FSD Users’ Guide (which is amended from time to time) and works collaboratively on new developments such as the introduction of a system of e-filing.
This work of the FSD Users’ Committee, in its quest to meet the special problems and continually changing needs of financial and commercial business, depends in part on a steady flow of information and constructive suggestions between the Judges and Registrar of the FSD, and potential litigants and professional advisers.
A number of professional associations are closely allied with the business of the FSD and they play an important part in helping to ensure that the FSD remains responsive to its overriding objective and the needs of business. These associations and other relevant interests include: Alternative Investment Management Association Cayman (AIMA Cayman), the Attorney General’s Chambers, Cayman Islands Bankers’ Association, Cayman Finance, Cayman Islands Company Managers Association, Cayman Islands Directors Association, Cayman Islands Fund Administrators Association (CIFAA), Cayman Islands Law Society, Cayman Islands Society of Professional Accountants (CISPA), Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA), Caymanian Bar Association, Insurance Managers of Cayman (IMAC), Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners (STEP).
All concerned with the FSD are encouraged to make the fullest use of the important channel of communication that the FSD Users’ Committee represents. Correspondence raising matters for the consideration of the Committee should be addressed to the FSD Registrar, Ms. Bridget Myers, Third Floor, Kirk House, Bridget.Myers@judicial.ky