Governance of Cayman hedge funds — prime brokerage matters

Governance of Cayman Islands regulated mutual funds has received a great deal of focus recently from all corners, including the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA), the Cayman Islands Courts and the market at large, particularly institutional investors.

This note considers, in a practical way, how new regulatory guidance may have relevance to the fund’s prime brokerage facilities and how Macfarlanes can assist in that context.

It should be noted that the size, nature and complexity of a fund may be factors in the determination of the adequacy and suitability of its governance framework, so it may not be a case of one size fits all…

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