Ingrid Pierce and Matthew Goucke assess the private funds landscape in the Cayman Islands in relation to the global market.
In the world of private funds, 2017 has been anything but dull. Global events have influenced not only fund strategies and the geographies in which funds invest, but also where managers choose to locate their business operations. Funds are attracting international capital and are using multiple jurisdictions to domicile their products. The Cayman Islands continue to be the primary offshore jurisdiction for private fund managers in the US, the UK and parts of Asia, including Japan.
This article first appeared on whoswholegal.com in November 2017.
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