The Securities Investment Business Law
The Securities Investment Business Law (2010 Revision) provides for the licensing and control of ‘securities investment business’ carried on in, or from, the Cayman Islands. Under the Law, a person shall not carry on or purport to carry on securities investment business unless such person holds a licence granted under the Law or is exempt from holding a licence.
The Law applies to any company, foreign company or partnership incorporated or registered under the laws of the Cayman Islands through which securities investment business is carried on (whether or not that securities investment business is carried on in the Cayman Islands). It also applies to foreign entities that have established a place of business in the Cayman Islands through which the relevant activity constituting the securities investment business is carried on…
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