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Cayman Islands’ Investment Funds show continued stability

Cayman Islands: Cayman Islands Monetary Authority – Quarterly Statistics, Investment Funds (To End Q2, 2018)

Article by Matt Mulry and Jonathan Law, Dillon Eustace From Mondaq

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) has published statistics for the numbers of private investment funds registered with them across various categories and in aggregate (typically excluding PE and VC) as at the end of Q2, 2018. Click for the statistics.

The statistics show continued stability: across all categories (aggregated) an increase of almost 2% from end of Q1, 2018, and up 0.8% from the number at this time last year. The total at end-Q2 is 10,708.

Breaking the numbers down, CIMA report an increase of 2% in the registered category, 2% for master funds and no change for administered funds.

Note: the CIMA do not monitor or publish statistics for those sub-15 investor funds which are structured as unregulated products.

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