22 November 1967
Butterfield in Cayman incorporated
Butterfield is a well-known name in the Cayman Islands, a retail bank that has locations in Governor’s Square, Camana Bay, Midtown Plaza in George Town and its head office in central George Town at One Butterfield Place. It incorporated in the Cayman islands on 22 November 1967 as Bank of NT Butterfield (Cayman) Limited and offered trust and corporate services to both residents and non-residents alike, under the stewardship of Managing Director Peter Tompkins. In 1989, it merged with Washington Bank and Trust Company Ltd and doubled its staff overnight. The merger allowed the new entity to offer a comprehensive range of banking and trust facilities, growing into the important banking presence that it is today.
23 November 1935
GT radio station opened
The George Town radio station opened on this day to a huge crowd of people gathered in central George Town. It functioned as a means of relaying meteorological reports as well as providing two-way telephone and telegraph communications.
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