Having worked with clients in so many different parts of the world over the years, I have always found it interesting to see certain practices in some markets that are not commonly undertaken in others.
One recent example of this is the use in Asia of segregated portfolio company (SPC) structures to create private equity funds that allow investors to participate entirely on a deal-by-deal basis. Continue reading
I’m not normally a football fan. Sports inspired blogs are something I have generally left well alone and to sports obsessed members of the team. But find me an English man or woman right now who has not been carried away with World Cup fever and the excitement of England being World Cup semi-finalists for the first time since 1990 (incidentally, probably the first time I can remember watching international football). Continue reading
As many of our readers will be very aware, existing Cayman Islands investment funds are getting ready to comply with the new anti-money laundering (AML) rules and new funds need to comply before they launch. So what is it all about? Continue reading