Private trust companies in the Cayman Islands
This memorandum has been prepared for the assistance of those who are considering the formation of a private trust company in the Cayman Islands. It deals in broad terms with the requirements of Cayman law for the establishment and operation of such entities. It is not intended to be exhaustive but merely to provide brief details and information that will hopefully be of use to clients. Conyers Dill & Pearman recommends that clients and prospective clients seek legal advice in Cayman on their specific proposals before taking steps to implement them.
Before proceeding with the incorporation of a private trust company in Cayman, clients are advised to consult their tax, legal and other professional advisers in their respective jurisdictions.
This memorandum has been prepared on the basis of the law and practice as of January 2013…
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