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A decision in the bitter legal dispute between the Cayman Islands Stock Exchange and its former CEO, Ann Nealon, is expected soon after the case was heard over June 28-29 before Chief Justice Anthony Smellie at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands. The ruling is being eagerly awaited in both Cayman and overseas, where the decision by the government-funded CSX to bring a civil lawsuit against Nealon has raised many eyebrows.
Ann Nealon has resigned after two years as CEO of the Cayman Islands Stock Exchange. We understand that Nealon, who is an attorney by profession, has been offered a job with the Cayman law firm of W. S. Walker & Co.