The Cayman Islands Stock Exchange has now published revised Listing Rules, effective April 2017.
Charged with the protection, promotion, development and growth of Cayman's financial services industry, Cayman Finance has had one of its most successful years to date.
Jack Inglis of Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA)
explains how tax neutrality and transparency work in the funds world.
Rupesh Daya explains how the results of a recent survey demonstrate how the
hedge funds climate is evolving.
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The Cayman Islands laid the foundations for its growth to become the leading off shore funds domicile by being the first jurisdiction to implement specific legislation for hedge funds in 1993.
The Cayman Islands is recognised as a premier international
financial centre and the banking sector is a vital support
mechanism for financial services.
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Financial Institutions ("FIs") in the Cayman Islands are required by law to notify the Cayman Islands Tax Information Authority ("TIA") of their AEOI status (i.e. register) by 30 April 2017.
Ken Dart and his family first visited Grand Cayman in the late 1980s and fell in love with the island. Recognising the opportunities Cayman could offer, both as a place to make his family's home and base his family office, he opened a small investment office in 1993 with three employees
The purpose of this article is to provide a high level understanding of Walkers' listing sponsor services in the Channel Islands, together with general information on the listing of High Yield Bonds...
Maples and Calder
Maples and Calder and Maples Fiduciary have assisted MJX Asset Management ("MJX") on its dual compliant $528 million Venture XXVI CLO – the first new-issue CLO of the year globally. The deal, which priced on 19 January 2017, was arranged by Jefferies and closed on 14 February 2017.
The purpose of this guide is to outline the practical steps which a FI should take to facilitate compliance with the above obligations.
Fiona Chandler of Harneys discusses the potential impact of
Brexit on the Overseas Territories including the Cayman Islands.
Every book in the business section of
the book store will tell you that success
hinges on having a great mission
Over the last 40 years, the Cayman Islands has matured into one of the world's most sophisticated and successful international financial centres, providing a competitive, effective, transparent, cost-efficient and tax-neutral platform for international capital flows underpinned by an environment of legal, political and economic stability.
The Cayman Islands is a premier global financial hub, connecting law-abiding users and providers of capital and financing around the world - benefitting both developed and developing countries.
DMS Governance Ltd
The Hedge Fund Law Report recently interviewed Woolverton in connection with his move to DMS, during which he discussed the role of robust fund governance in the context of private funds.
With the biggest ever trial to come
before the Cayman Islands and some
major cases clarifying important issues
of law regarding investment funds, it
has been perhaps the most impressive
year yet for the Financial Services
Division (FSD) of the Grand Court of
the Cayman Islands.
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During the second half of 2016, 191 CLOs (US and European), comprising both new issuances and refinancings, were listed on the Irish Stock Exchange ("ISE").
Henry Smith takes a look at how recent developments within
the EU might impact Cayman's investment funds sector.
In the context of the Private Member's Motion, Cayman Finance strongly urges the movers of the motion and the other members of the House to remain focused on the need to protect the Cayman Islands Financial Services Industry, which is directly responsible for more than half of the Islands' economy, more than half of the government's revenue and employs more Caymanians than any other industry.