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Jul 29, 2020

Registration is not enough: Are you in compliance with the new Cayman Islands Private Funds Law?

Closed-End funds may not be fully aware of the latest requirements resulting from the new Cayman Islands Private Funds Law 2020 (PF Law or PFL). To date, private funds have been exempt from registration with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA). The PF Law commenced on February 7, 2020, and created a regulatory regime for closed-end funds, such as private equity, venture capital, and private debt funds. Although many of the requirements under the PF Law are similar to the existing requirements for open-ended funds, there are some additional operational features contained in the PF Law which managers also need to address. 

May 15, 2020

The Cayman Islands Private Funds Law 2020: an overview of the latest changes

Global regulation surrounding the alternative investment industry continues to evolve. Private fund jurisdictions have expanded requirements by adopting legislation that requires private funds, which have previously been exempt from registration, to be subject to additional compliance and registration requirements similar to those currently in place for open-ended structures. There are, however, differences specific to private funds.

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