Media Release: Dart Real Estate joins 100 Women in Finance as its first real estate global corporate sponsor

June 24, 2020News Releases

Cayman Islands-based Dart Real Estate has become the first real estate company to join the ranks of global corporate sponsors supporting the 100 Women in Finance (100WF) organisation.

A leading developer of luxury resorts and residential properties and Class A commercial office space, Dart Real Estate has invested over US$1.5 billion in the Cayman Islands through its developments and public-private infrastructure projects. Signature projects include Camana Bay, a 685-acre New Urbanist community, The Residences at Seafire, a luxury condominium property on Seven Mile Beach, and the adjacent AAA Five Diamond Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, which is the first hotel developed by Dart Real Estate on Grand Cayman. In 2019, the company announced its plan to make a similar level of investment in the next decade, further contributing to the economic well-being and stability of the Cayman Islands.

“As we are located in one of the leading financial services centres in the world, we very much appreciate the contribution the finance industry makes to our local and global economy. As an alternative investment, real estate occupies an important role in the financial services sector, particularly during times like this which are fraught with market volatility,” said Sue Nickason, VP of Real Estate Marketing and Sales at Dart. “More than ever, as we respond to these challenging market conditions, financial services professionals at all stages of their careers will look to organisations such as 100 Women in Finance for professional development support, networking and timely market insights. We are very proud to support this dynamic organisation internationally and look forward to being an active member on a local and international level.”

100 Women in Finance CEO Amanda Pullinger commented, “We are delighted to welcome Dart Real Estate to 100 Women in Finance’s growing roster of corporate sponsors, and look forward to close collaboration on programming and impact initiatives, both in the Cayman Islands and across our global membership.”

In its role as a corporate sponsor, Dart Real Estate will support 100WF’s mission globally, including hosting events for members in the Cayman Islands and in other global locations.  In addition, Sue Nickason will represent Dart Real Estate on the 100WF 20th anniversary committee, specifically focused on the planning for a 100WF global volunteer appreciation event as part of their 20th anniversary global celebrations in 2021.

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About Dart Real Estate

Dart Real Estate is a leading Cayman Islands development company specialising in luxury real estate and commercial office space development. Committed to the long-term sustainability of the Cayman Islands, Dart has invested approximately US$1.5 billion in the local economy. Tax neutrality, world-class infrastructure and close proximity to the United States has garnered the Cayman Islands increased attention from wealthy global families, corporations, family offices and investors considering property investment, residency by investment or relocation in the British Overseas Territory. The Dart Real Estate team assists individuals and organisations in finding residential and commercial property and shares comprehensive information about relocation to the jurisdiction. A complete introduction to the benefits of the Cayman Islands is made possible by Dart Real Estate.

About 100 Women in Finance

100 Women in Finance’s more than 15,000 members strengthen the global finance industry by empowering women to achieve their professional potential at each career stage. Its members inspire, equip and advocate for a new generation of industry leadership, in which women and men serve as investment professionals and executives, equal in achievement and impact. Through Education, Peer Engagement and Impact, the organization furthers the progress of women who have chosen finance as a career, and enables their positive influence over pre-career young women.

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