Ben Leung and Rennie Khan take a look at the impact of industry-specific guidance for investment entities globally.
Know your FFIs from your GIINs and form W-9s? Follow Michael McMaster through the fine details of FATCA compliance.
Richard Munday examines how international businesses are domiciling in Cayman to take advantage of the light-touch regulation, tax-neutral jurisdiction and mature information and communications technology infrastructure.
There is always a balance to be struck between excessive regulatory creep and appropriate, risk-based regulation. Alex Bodden takes a look at how Cayman continues to navigate between the two extremes.
As the global financial markets experience a stop-start recovery from the crisis of 2008, the Cayman Islands financial services industry continues to demonstrate the importance of access to stable and reliable service providers.
The Cayman Islands has recently been accused of lacking transparency. Cayman Funds asks whether these accusations are fair.
The provision of a locally available custody service in Cayman, backed by a global banking organisation, is an attractive proposition for financial intermediaries, says Dan L. Peterson.
Despite external threats, Cayman continues to be the domicile of choice for hedge funds. Cayman Funds takes a look.
On February 8, 2012, the long-awaited FATCA proposed regulations were issued by the IRS. Ian Bridges and Paul Eldridge assess the next steps for fund managers.
It is impossible to understand the current success of the Cayman Islands as an offshore financial centre without an examination of the hedge fund industry. Cayman Funds hears from Ernst & Young.