Featuring expert insight and analysis from a range of leading figures in the Cayman Islands hedge fund sector, this report covers a raft of key issues including regulatory reform, operational challenges, board diversity and future growth…
The 'Cayman Islands In Focus 2020' special report comprises six separate articles listed below, these can be read individually or as a sequence.
By CIMA – For the past five decades, the Cayman Islands has maintained its position as the number one domicile for hedge funds. Central to its success is a comprehensive regulatory framework and the ability to adapt to evolving international standards, thus highlighting the jurisdiction’s commitment to the enhancement of financial supervision.
By A Paris – As the global focus on regulation continues to ramp up, the financial industry in the Cayman Islands is shoring up its legislation to remain at the forefront of change and strengthen its position as a fund domicile.
Established in 1974, International Management Services Ltd (IMS) is among the leading providers of directorship services for the alternative investment industry in the Cayman Islands. IMS and its directors are not affiliated to other service providers and law firms, allowing it to provide independent corporate governance expertise to the highest industry standard.
By Daniella Skotnicki, Harneys – The investment management industry relies on innovative and diverse strategies to create alpha and add value for investors. Whilst the benefits of gender diversity have been widely recognised, the industry, like most others, has lagged in achieving it.
Regarded as one of the core financial services leadership bases within the global RSM network, RSM Cayman offers a range of audit, tax and consulting services to the fund management industry in the Cayman Islands.
By Jude Scott, Cayman Finance - Governments around the world have taken dramatic action to address the health risks caused by Covid-19, but doing so has also created a wide range of significant economic risks as well.