NEWS

Re-calibrating to make most of opportunity

Re-calibrating

As hedge fund managers continue to navigate the Covid-19 environment there are several potential issues that could arise as they…

https://www.hedgeweek.com/2020/11/04/291743/re-calibrating-make-most-opportunity

CAYMAN FUNDS ROUNDTABLE – 2020

Optimistic in the Face of Constant Change

Following a year of new regulatory changes and just days before the Private Funds Act was enacted, Cayman Funds magazine…

A NEW ERA FOR PRIVATE AND LIMITED INVESTOR FUNDS

Cayman Funds Magazine 2020

Two pieces of legislation have been introduced in a push to keep the Cayman Islands investment funds regime at the…

A KEY LINK BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRY

Cayman Islands Directors Association

The Cayman Islands Directors Association plays an increasingly important role liaising between government…

FORESIGHT IS 20:20

Cayman Funds Magazine - 2019

The hedge fund landscape remains as dynamic as ever as firms adapt to the changing demands of clients. Leanne Golding…

GOING FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH – CIDA

Cayman Islands Directors Association - Cassandra Powell, President

The influence of the Cayman Islands Directors Association continues to grow, representing a united voice for funds directors and playing…

CAYMAN FUND ROUNDTABLE – 2019

Innovation, Challenges and Competition

The funds industry continues to innovate and embrace change as it keeps pace with increasingly dynamic investment markets and global…

INNOVATION, CHALLENGES AND COMPETITION

Cayman Fund Magazine 2018 Roundtable

The dynamic landscape that is the Cayman funds sector with all its opportunities and challenges was debated by a panel of executives and politicians at the annual Cayman Funds roundtable hosted by EY. Regulatory changes, competition and the potential of cryptocurrencies were hot topics.

A DECADE OF INFLUENCE

Cayman Fund Magazine CIDA 10th Anniversary

The Cayman Islands Directors Association, a rising force on the Cayman Islands for several years, celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2018. Cassandra Powell, its president, tells Cayman Funds about its achievements in 2017 and its plans for the year ahead.

NEW AML REQUIREMENTS FOR CAYMAN

AML Officers for Cayman funds

No later than 30 September 2018, all funds domiciled in the Cayman Islands must appoint natural persons to serve as their Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Officer (“AMLCO”), Money Laundering Reporting Officer (“MLRO”), and Deputy Money Laundering Reporting Officer (“DMLRO”). This applies to all hedge and private equity funds, whether registered with CIMA or not.