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ICTA has “serious concerns” over C&W

Serious concerns and troubling irregularities.

That’s what the telecommunications watchdog has to say about Cable and Wireless Cayman Islands,  the parent company of phone and TV provider, Flow.

In a statement released in the past Wednesday (11 May), the Information and Communications Technology Authority, says it has serious concerns about the legal status of certain members of staff to be in the Cayman Islands.

That, in part relates to Warren Harding, the CEO of Cable and Wireless Cayman Islands.

The ICTA says it no longer recognises Mr. Harding as the CEO and has told Cable and Wireless to appoint a new head, who is employed by the licencee, and legally resides in Cayman.

The inquiry was launched as regulatory authority reviewed the sale of Cable and Wireless Cayman Islands, to Liberty Global, one of the largest cable operators in the world.

Cayman 27 contacted Cable and Wireless Cayman Islands for comment, no word back from them yet.

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Paul Kennedy

Paul Kennedy

Paul has worked for more than 20 years for regional and national newspapers in the UK covering some of the world’s biggest stories.

A multi-award winning journalist, Paul’s dream story is to find a dog that can play the piano. In the meantime he covers general news, produces, and hosts a weekly show about English football.

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