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Optimistic in the face of constant change

Cayman Islands14-05-2020

Following a year of new regulatory changes and just days before the Private Funds Act was enacted, Cayman Funds magazine in association with EY held a roundtable discussion to take the pulse of funds professionals on Cayman. While the overall mood was optimistic, the discussion also centred on the continuous pace of change and the challenges this presents.

Still top of the (back office) agenda

Cayman Islands13-05-2020Investment funds

Together with the seismic changes we are seeing on the global geopolitical landscape, the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the current dislocation in global markets, driving volatility to levels that have been absent for the last decade.

It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day

Cayman Islands12-05-2020Investment funds

The Cayman Islands has adopted new rules to enhance the oversight of open-ended and closed-ended funds. The move is the latest demonstration of Cayman’s commitment to meeting and exceeding international standards, says Christian Victory of Appleby.

Closed-ended funds to be regulated

Cayman Islands12-05-2020

In 2020 the Cayman Islands is launching registration requirements for closed-ended funds with the CIMA, through the introduction of the Private Funds Law. Andrew Linford, chair of the communications committee at AIMA Cayman, reports on the details.

Keep up! How to cope with regulatory change

Cayman Islands11-05-2020

Fund managers have plenty of issues to keep abreast of, but few provide such a consistent challenge as keeping up with the rapid rate of regulatory change. Service providers, and in particular independent directors, can help, says James Macfee at International Management Services.

A new era for private and limited investor funds

Cayman Islands11-05-2020Investment funds

Two pieces of legislation have been introduced in a push to keep the Cayman Islands investment funds regime at the forefront of international best practice. Under both laws, previously unregulated entities will now be brought into the regulatory framework, as Anne-Marie Leadbetter and Kevin Huys of Harbour explain.

When only the best will do

Cayman Islands10-05-2019Investment funds

Following careful due diligence and best selection practices when choosing a fund administrator is most likely to result in a good partnership, says Bob Kern of U.S. Bancorp Fund Services.

Modern, flexible and confident on collaboration

Cayman Islands10-05-2019Investment funds, Mergers & Acquisitions

The Cayman Islands continues to be one of the top 10 international financial centres in the world. A modern, flexible, yet robust regulatory framework, and collaboration with relevant stakeholders will help it maintain this position, says Cindy Scotland, managing director of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority.

Celebrating collective success

Cayman Islands10-05-2019

The Cayman Islands holds a leadership position in the funds sector—but to maintain this will require adaptability and innovation, says The Honourable Tara Rivers, JP, MLA, Minister for Financial Services and Home Affairs.

Facilitating clear communications


The Cayman Islands Funds Administrators Association has played an important role acting as an intermediary between administrators and the government during the transition to new regulatory regimes such as FATCA, as its chairman Daniel Allard explains to Cayman Funds.

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