Answer ... Guernsey funds authorised or registered under any regime other than the ‘Class A’ Rules may institute their own investment and borrowing strategies and restrictions.
Class A funds are governed by a regime similar to undertakings for collective investment in transferable securities (UCITs) and the borrowing and investment restrictions must comply with the UCITs Directive.
Answer ... There are no specific requirements beyond those set out in Guernsey’s anti-money laundering/countering financing of terrorism regime which reflect international standards. For funds in the ‘green’ space, the Green Fund certification requires that assets meet the Green Fund criteria set out in the rules to get certification.