Attention Wall Street, Bay Street, Portugal and Greece: your future and recovery just might lie in the hands of a handful of student investors in Grand Cayman. That's right - an extracurricular group of young students have found that their investment portfolio is up by more than a hundred percent. Now if only that hadn't been pretend money…
In an innovative educational programme this elite group of students proved that it's never too early to start managing your money. This year's Saxon Investment Competition was launched on October 1st 2012 to local high school and college students ages 14-19 and will wrap up on March 15th.
The Saxon Investment Club offered students the opportunity to gain invaluable insight about investing in a hands-on environment and be exposed to the realities of the financial world from a young age.
Students participating in this contest learned a great many new skills including:
In addition to sponsoring, promoting and administering the competition, Saxon awarded monthly prizes along with a grand prize of $2,500 and a $500 cash prize for the runner-up. The annual competition taught fledgling investors and featured a simulation of stock markets, enabling students to experience the highs and lows of what it might be like to trade in the real world using virtual start-up capital of $100,000. One group in particular , Modern Day Investors ended February with gains of $206838.03
Saxon CEO Brian Williams: "Saxon is literally blown away by the ingenuity of these young people. Their portfolio ended up closing by over a hundred percent."
"These students have gained invaluable knowledge of stock market investing and money management, which we are confident will prove to be useful tools in their future." said, Mr. Williams. "Someone in this group is going to be a future pioneer of our financial industry."
Saxon Group is comprised of Saxon Pension Services, client services agent for Silver Thatch Pensions, and SaxonMG, the most recognizable auto insurance provider in Cayman.
What our customers say about Saxon.
Discover how Saxon's smart, innovative products are improving customers lives.
Two students from St. Ignatius Catholic School emerged winners of the ninth annual Saxon Investment Challenge for local high school and college students.
Two St. Ignatius High School students – Daniel Champoux and Robbie Rutkowski are the November
team of the month winners in the Saxon Investment Club program for the 2017-2018 school year. Their
team, 'Exponential Growth' had the highest return (20.42%) for the month of November among
The ninth annual Saxon Investment Club program for local high school and college students recently launched for the 2017-2018 school year.
Four students from St. Ignatius Catholic School emerged winners of the eighth annual Saxon Investment Club Challenge for local high school and college students.
For the second time in four years, Saxon Insurance has received international recognition for its efforts in leveraging technology to advance its business operations.
Whatever happens, your investment is protected with Saxon’s property insurance policy. Backed by Lloyd's the global insurance leader, your policy is issued by Saxon. We use innovative technology to settle your claims fast.Doing business is always easy with Saxon whether by email, live chat, in-person, or by phone. Saxon is Smart insurance.
Kearney Scott and Brandon Glasgow have been named as the 2016 Employees of the Year for their consistently outstanding performance at local insurer, Saxon.
In another first innovation in the Cayman Islands insurance market, local insurer Saxon has employed the use of drones for data gathering, imaging and surveying purposes of residential properties that the company insures.
The eighth annual Saxon Investment Club program for local high school and college students has attracted a new partner for the 2016-2017 school year.
The Saxon Secret Door Party was held on Thursday, March 10th at the George Town Yacht Club was the crescendo of the Saxon Geo Quote Contest which ran from November 2nd, 2015 until February 29th, 2016. The contest was launched when Saxon announced the addition of Property Insurance to their product line.
Saxon uses sophisticated technology to determine vehicle risks called a Rating Engine. The Rating Engine identifies where a customer’s vehicle was manufactured, what the engine size is, various safety features and even what trim options it has because not all vehicles are created equally.
Thirty-seven people participated in the social media promotion. The contest called for Cayman motorists to submit photos of their damaged vehicles to the ‘Saxon Fix My Ride website’. Contestants requested their friends to vote for them and shared their photos. At the conclusion of the contest there were a total of 7000 “likes’ and over 11,000 unique visitors to the contest site
Dozens of high school students will be spending the next six months trading stocks, managing investments and learning about the financial markets, as part of the Saxon Investment Club programme for high school and college students.
World Record holder, Olympic Gold Medalist and arguably the fastest man in the world Usain Bolt touched down at Owen Roberts International Airport yesterday day morning on a Cayman Airways 737 from Kingston Jamaica to unprecedented fanfare requiring crowd control
Attention Wall Street, Bay Street, Portugal and Greece: your future and recovery just might lie in the hands of a handful of student investors in Grand Cayman. That's right - an extracurricular group of young students have found that their investment portfolio is up by more than a hundred percent
One of the Saxon Investment Club groups calling themselves Modern Day Investors would appear to have something to teach the portfolio managers of Toronto, New York and London. More impressive is their leading streak for four months running.
This is the second consecutive year that the Cayman Islands will join the rest of the world in honouring the achievements and positive contributions of men and boys. A generous community donation by Saxon made these activities possible.
Saxon has commenced its annual Drivers Education Programme in partnership between Saxon Motor and General Insurance Company, Prestige Motors, Cico Avis Rental Car Company, the Department of Vehicle and Drivers Licensing (DVDL) and the Ministry of Education.
Saxon is sponsoring the Cayman Islands Motorcycle Riders Associations (CIMRA) 2012 Toy 4 Tots Toy Drive running December 3 through 12, 2012. New, unwrapped toys can be dropped off at Saxon Centre and will benefit local families.
Saxon a wholly owned Caymanian company and the leading insurance provider serving the Cayman Islands have named the grand prize winner of its License To Win contest held during the recent Pirates' Week events; Henry Ferguson of George Town
Based out of Cayman Islands Saxon, have helped finance the FC International football training camp in the Cayman Islands. Founded in 1993, hundreds of youth ages 6 to 16 from across the Cayman Islands have participated in the football camp learning fundamental skills and athletic leadership.
An elite group of students are about to once again prove that it's never too early to start managing your money. This year's Saxon Investment Club was launched on October 1st to local high school and college students ages 14-19;
Saxon announced today the winner of its I'm Saxon and I Know It! social media contest. In celebration of the release of Saxon's recent television commercial launch,
Saxon (Saxon), a leader in insurance and buy online services, announced today its partnership with Brac Insurance as official partners in Cayman Brac to expand services for the firm's growing customer base in the Cayman Islands.
VVolunteers from the Cayman Islands Animal Humane Society (CIHS) had an incredibly challenging couple of months with storms flooding the shelter areas leaving enclosures uninhabitable for the many cats and dogs living there.
Saxon Motor & General Insurance Company Ltd. began its public school drivers education programme with co-sponsors dms Organisation Ltd., Prestige Motors, Avis, the Cayman Islands Ministry of Education,