Living in Cayman
The Cayman Islands are comprised of 3 islands, Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. Grand Cayman is the largest and most populated, located just 500 miles south of Miami, Grand Cayman is approximately 22 miles long, from east to west, and a maximum of 8 miles wide. PwC Cayman sits in the heart of George Town the Island’s capital city overlooking the harbor and the beautiful Caribbean sea.
For many years the prosperity of the Cayman Islands depended largely on the earnings of Caymanian seamen. The turtle industry was also an important source of export income at one time. Now tourism and financial services are the pillars of the economy.
Tourism thrives along the famous white sands of Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman. As a major cruise ship port of call, Grand Cayman welcomes anywhere from 2,000 – 12,000 visitors daily. As a resident of the island the white sands and tropical climate are an everyday pleasure.
Financial Services on the Island is well established and is a base for mutual funds, international banks, insurance and trust operations. PwC Cayman focuses on these Financial Service clients and provides an excellent environment for those seeking to build their career in this industry. PwC Cayman has over 160 staff including 11 partners who bring their expertise and talents to this exciting profession.
The Cayman Islands boast a social lifestyle influenced by the various nationalities that make up the more than 55,000 inhabitants. Keeping active is easy with recreational and competitive teams in rugby, cricket, floor hockey, and golf to name a few. Of course water sports including swimming, diving, fishing and sailing are favorite pastimes. PwC Cayman Partners and staff have a great sense of community and participate in several team sports as well as community projects, whether it a Charity fundraiser, or Fun run, we are getting involved. From Pirates week to the Sea Swim there is always something going on and a reason to get out and enjoy the fair weather.