This guide looks at the process and benefits of transferring a company, or partnership, in or out of the Cayman Islands.
This guide examines directors' various duties under Cayman Islands law, including common law duties, statutory duties, and duties under the jurisdiction's insolvency, fraudulent trading, theft, fraud, securities and money laundering laws.
Investment fund vehicles established in the Cayman Islands continue to be extremely popular amongst investment managers and investors alike. The Cayman Islands has established a dominant position in the field of offshore investment funds.
Investment funds established in the Cayman Islands fall into two broad categories: open ended funds and closed ended funds. This guide deals with closed ended funds, which typically are established in the Cayman Islands as limited partnerships.
The Exempted Limited Partnership Law (the ELP Law) governs the formation of exempted limited partnerships (ELPs) in the Cayman Islands. The Partnership Law also contains provisions relevant to the affairs of an ELP.
This guide covers continuing obligations - Investment Fund Obligations and Exempted Limited Partnerships.
This Guide sets out the continuing obligations under Cayman Islands law of an open-ended fund registered with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) under section 4(3) of the Mutual Funds Law (Mutual Funds Law).
An overview of the powers, duties and obligations of a director of an exempted company incorporated under the Companies Law of the Cayman Islands which is registered as a regulated fund under section 4(3) of the Mutual Funds Law of the Cayman Islands.
This Guide looks at the Cayman Islands statutory merger regime as set out in the Companies Law and the Limited Liability Companies Law.
The Securities Investment Business Law (Revised) of the Cayman Islands (the SIB Law) regulates the conduct of certain securities investment activities, including dealing, arranging deals in, managing or advising on assets, rights, interests or certain...