Caribbean Rule of Law and regulatory framework: An alternative for foreign investors during COVID disruption and beyond with Dustin Delany, Esq., Managing Partner, Dentons Caribbean


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At a time when the COVID-19 pandemic is testing the economic resiliency of the Caribbean, many are reimagining business and investment in the region. Caribbean economies are being creative in their offerings to foreign investors and compensating for the massive losses of tourism revenues. Foreign investors, for their part, are taking a second look at the region’s financial centers, corporate infrastructure, tax-neutrality, and its political and economic stability. Dentons, the world’s largest law practice, has expanded its Caribbean operations, opening up its latest offices in the British Virgin Islands and St. Lucia. Here to help us understand the business attraction to this collection of 26 small independent nation-states with a population of 45 million, is Dustin Delany, managing partner for Dentons Caribbean operations.

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