Who prints Cayman’s money?

| 27/11/2018

Where is our currency printed?

Ask Auntie, CNS Local Life, Caymanian statusAuntie’s answer: This is going to be a short and easy one since the information is available on the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) website. I can tell you that Cayman’s notes are printed by De La Rue Printing, whose roots are in the UK but which now has offices around the world. The coins are minted by the British Royal Mint.

If you want to know any more about Cayman’s currency, you can check out these FAQs on the CIMA website.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Why not make all money paper the same color green with the numbers standing out good, so people will only look for the numbers on the bills ? And not the colors.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I think the colours of Cayman money are wrong, people tend to go by colours, the 5 and 50’are close in colour, both starts wit a 5 And the same thing with the 10 and 100’s close in colour, mistake are made. maybe better the 5 and 100 be close in colour and the 10 and 50 ‘ beclose in coloir