Corporate governance for regulated mutual funds in the Cayman Islands
By Piers Alexander, Fawaz Elmalki, Kieran P J Loughran, Janice Oh, Tania Dons, Richard D Fear
On 13 January 2014, following an extensive public-private consultation process, the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) formally issued its long-awaited statement of guidance (SOG) on corporate governance for regulated mutual funds. The SOG applies to all regulated mutual funds and includes funds licensed and administered under section 4(1) of the Mutual Funds Law (2013 Revision) or registered under section 4(3) of the law…
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