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Chamber Webinar to Focus on Wills, Estate and Succession Planning in a Covid and Post - Covid-19 World

Local News 27 Apr, 2020 Follow News

Chamber Webinar to Focus on Wills, Estate and Succession Planning in a Covid and Post - Covid-19 World

The Chamber of Commerce will host its fifth free webinar this Wednesday, April 29, 9am to 10:30am under the theme, Supporting Businesses in a Time of Crisis where legal experts will delve into the topic Wills, Estate and Succession Planning in a Covid-19 and Post -Covid-19 World.

The webinar will provide guidance to businesses and individuals gripped with uncertainties about the state of their assets as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and will include a range of lifetime planning options available to businesses and individuals in the Cayman Islands. It will highlight the importance of implementing or updating estate plans and offer expert legal advice on the options for doing so. The meeting will also focus on the role of the Living Will in Estate and Succession planning.

“While many businesses and individuals tend to shy away from the subject of succession planning, especially as this relates to making a Will, the Chamber is encouraging everyone to take these necessary steps, to ensure that they, their assets and their family are protected in the present, and that this protection will also be enjoyed by future generations,” CEO of the Chamber of Commerce, Wil Pineau, said.

This FREE webinar is open to all businesses - Chamber members and non-members - and will be facilitated by a team of lawyers from HSM.

All those wishing to attend the April 29, webinar are required to pre-register using the link below, where they will be provided with the technical instructions they will need.


The Chamber of Commerce will be announcing other upcoming webinars, also designed to provide support to various segments of the Cayman Islands business community.


About the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce

The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce represents more than 650 businesses and associations across all industry sectors in the Cayman Islands. Its members employ over 18,000 persons or about 45-percent of the country’s labour force. The Chamber supports, promotes and protects the interests of its members and the public’s welfare and serves as a catalyst for positive change, connecting community, business and government.

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