Cayman Finance has partnered with the Anti-Money Laundering Steering Group
The lockdowns forced by COVID-19 has made physical meetings impossible.
It also urged members to comply with measures introduced by the government.
The training relates to anti-money laundering, countering terrorist financing, and countering proliferation financing.
It says they further modernise and enhance the oversight of investment funds.
The Mutual Funds (Amendment) Law, 2020, has also been passed.
The new recruit was previously chief financial officer and a partner of Trian Partners.
Cayman could become the first British Overseas Territory to be added to the EU’s so-called blacklist.
Many studies show that funds with more cognitive diversity perform better.
Studies show that most hedge fund managers are more serious about ESG now than a year ago.