Cayman Islands Government
In the latest meeting of Parliament, which started on 4 December and is slated to end on 18 December, the Cayman Islands Government considered legislative changes that will affect virtual...
Cayman Islands Government
The Cayman Islands Government acknowledges the progress made by the UK's Overseas Territories (OTs) in regard to beneficial ownership and the UK's decision to draft, but not enact...
This guide details the continuing obligations of Cayman Islands private funds that are established as exempted limited partnerships.
The Cayman Islands are an attractive choice for shipowners seeking financing for their vessels, and for financiers looking for security in relation to their investment due to the...
The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) has issued a Statement of Guidance which provides the regulator's views on assessing...
The International Tax Co-operation (Economic Substance) Act (2020 Revision) (as amended, the Substance Law) imposes economic substance requirements on companies, LLCs and LLPs in the Cayman Islands.
The Cayman Islands is a tax neutral hub that supports global economic growth and recovery.
Pursuant to the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority ("CIMA") notices issued on 14 December 2020 (found here) and 11 December 2020 (found here) respectively, CIMA has advised the following...
Banking business in Ireland is regulated under both domestic legislation and the legislation of the EU, which is either directly applicable in Ireland or has been transposed into Irish law by domestic provisions.
As part of its commitment to meeting international standards, the Cayman Islands has introduced a number of new legislative measures and regulatory changes in recent years.
The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority ("CIMA") has introduced rules for Cayman Islands regulated mutual funds and registered private funds.
Funds registered under the Mutual Funds Law (as amended) (the "Mutual Funds Law") are obliged to have appropriate and consistent procedures for the purposes of proper valuations of their assets.
This advisory provides guidance for those directors who are registered with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) under the Directors Registration and Licensing Law (Revised) ...
The most notable legislative development in the Cayman Islands in 2020 has been implementation of the Private Funds Law, 2020 (the "Law") which provides for registration of certain closed-ended...
The Cayman Islands government has now issued a commencement order for the Virtual Asset (Service Providers) Law, 2020 ("VASP Law") which will come into effect on 31 October, 2020 (the "Commencement Order").
The European Securities and Markets Association has published a statement on reverse solicitation of clients by third country firms following Brexit and the end of the UK
Funds registered under the Private Funds Law (as amended) (the "Private Funds Law") are obliged to discharge certain custodial obligations related to the safekeeping of the fund's assets.
Funds registered under the Private Funds Law (as amended) (the "Private Funds Law"), with the exception of certain alternative investment vehicles, are obliged to have appropriate...
In exercise of its authority under the Monetary Authority Law (as amended) (the "Monetary Authority Law"), the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority ("CIMA") has published a Rule on the...
The Fund Finance Association's Virtual Symposium took place from 16th to 20th November. Attendees enjoyed daily sessions with a focus on a European, Asia-Pacific, and Global perspective.