Grant Thornton Cayman Islands' update regarding Coronavirus (COVID -19)

As many of you are aware, on Wednesday 11 March 2020 the World Health Organization (the WHO) declared the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) as a global pandemic. As a response to this, countries around the world are declaring national emergencies to combat the spread of the virus by implementing various measures.

Protecting the wellbeing of our people and clients remains our primary concern while continuing to provide uninterrupted services. In response to this global pandemic, Grant Thornton Cayman Islands has implemented several measures including a work from home policy effective Monday, March 16th, 2020 until further notice. 

We will continue to operate in a safe and responsive way. Our secure systems are entirely virtual and have enforced cybersecurity which allows us to keep all information confidential. We have excellent communication tools that are highly reliable and efficient for any meetings and achieving our deliverables. Our hybrid tools allow our people to have access to the necessary resources when working remotely.

With the effective implementation of our plans, we do not expect any disruption in our services. We will continue to provide the highest quality in our deliverables and build relationships with existing and new
clients in a sustainable way.

Should you have any new queries, you can always reach out to a member of our leadership team:

 Greg O’Driscoll or Dara Keogh