Digital Assets Report

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The Bahamas

Meeting the needs of the digital age

Consistent regulatory updates contribute to a robust legal framework, which supports product development innovation, which sits at the heart of the Bahamian endeavors to encourage growth in the financial services industry. These continued efforts are critical for the jurisdiction to

Singapore: The ‘go to’ domicile for Asia Pacific expansion

Singapore continues to make significant efforts to further promote the appeal of the Lion City to hedge funds, private equity and other alternative investment managers, and it seems that its strategy is working. In 2020, Singapore’s asset management industry grew

Substance over style: ManCos look to the future

By Kristina West – The management company concept was first created to provide assurance of good governance and control with self-managed fund entities and vehicles. As funds proliferated and as the industry matured, the management company concept was born as

Matt Mulry, Dillon Eustace

Cayman LLC proof that Cayman is listening to US managers

The Cayman Islands Government published The Limited Liability Companies Bill, 2015 on 18 December 2015 which, when enacted, will provide for the introduction of a new Cayman legal vehicle, the Cayman Limited Liability Company (LLC). The draft legislation closely aligns

Susan Lock

Increased use of ‘funds-of-one’ among hedge funds

Susan Lock (pictured) is a partner in the investment funds team at Campbells, a leading Cayman Islands law firm which has been established for over 45 years, advising on both Cayman Islands and British Virgin Islands law. She observes that

Colin MacKay, AIMA

‘Fiduciary creep’ could lead to independent governance

The debate around appropriate corporate governance continues with institutional investors, in particular, seeking greater insight into the role, responsibilities and skill sets of those appointed to the boards of corporate funds. 

Ralph Woodford

The impact of regulation on board meetings

ICG Management Limited ('ICG') is an independent director services provider. It was established in 2006 by Ralph Woodford (pictured) and Andrew Galloway. Along with Galloway and Woodford, the firm's two other directors, Brad Cowdroy and Greg Link, ICG provides director

Ashley Gunning, Walkers

The impact of consolidation

By Ashley Gunning (pictured) & Charlotte Beales-Hart – Commentators to the hedge fund industry agree that the fund administration landscape has been altered significantly by the mergers and acquisitions activity of the last few years. The consolidation of larger institutional

Jeffrey Shoreman, president, Eze Software Group

Using systems integration to drive efficiency

These are exciting times for the financial technology sector. In the last few years, market complexity has grown in response to increased regulatory demands, increased investor due diligence requirements, more complex fund strategies and even how hedge funds manage their

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