The Cayman Islands leads the world in the domicile of hedge funds. Having worked hard to achieve this status, it is not about to become complacent.
With the significant benefits of a hedge fund IPO come the obligations – including increased disclosure and stricter supervision – that go with being a public company. Michael J. DeStefano and Karen Vejseli explain.
Kenneth M. Krys explains the complicated business of liquidating a Cayman Islands hedge fund.
UBS’s award-winning Cayman-based Fund Services team.
Geoff Ruddick advises on what questions to ask and what qualities to look for when selecting an independent director—to ensure you get the right person for the role.
John Wolf and Ian Dillon take a look at the implications of the amended Cayman Islands mutual funds law for hedge fund promoters and administrators six months after its introduction.
Mark Beckford explores the growing market for Sharia-compliant financial products.
Steve McIntosh suggests an easy solution to what many consider a supply-side crisis in the financial services employment market.
Hedge funds are playing a big part in films and on the TV these days but their enduring bad press needs to be vigorously countered, say the AIMA’s Henry Smith and Russell Burt.