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Who: Department of Commerce and Investment
What: Public meeting on the Trade and Business
Licensing (TBL) Law, specifically health insurance and pension
Where: Town Hall, downtown George Town
When: 7pm-8:30pm Thursday, 31 March 2016
Background: The TBL Law came into force on 1
January, 2016 with a number of changes to previous legislation. The
new law was designed to create a level playing field for business
owners, and to make the overall business licensing system much more
A number of alterations were made to the business licensing
process, with grants and renewals of licences requiring additional
documentation; such as health insurance and pension
The aim of the public meeting is to provide greater clarity and
understanding within the business community on the role of health
and pension regulations in regards to business licensing.
Participants: DCI, Bilika Simamba of Nexus
Training Ltd, Superintendent of Health Insurance Mervyn Conolly,
Superintendent of Pensions Amy Wolliston, Chamber of Commerce
President Paul Pearson, Cayman Islands Small Business Association
President Dawn McLean-Sawney.
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