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Private Funds Transparency Report


Last Updated: 11 Jul 2020

In early 2020, the Cayman Islands Government enacted the Private Funds Law, 2020 for the registration of certain closed-ended funds, or private funds, with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA). The regulatory changes provide additional transparency for investors and managers of investment funds and further enhances the Cayman Islands as a leader in the global investment funds industry.

Under the set of transitioning regulations, private funds have until 7 August 2020 to register with CIMA and be in compliance with the investment funds regulatory regime.

At Cartan Group, we understand that these new requirements have placed new responsibilities on our financial services professionals to register private funds in a timely manner. In order to support our financial services industry, we are pleased to introduce our Private Funds Transparency Report. 

Our report summarises the list of registered private funds from CIMA’s website and monitors the progress of private funds registration as we approach the registration deadline. Our goal is to provide up-to-date data to the local financial services community.
 
The Private Funds Transparency Report will be updated on a weekly basis.

Date Registered Private Funds Change
16 May 2020 207  
23 May 2020 254 +47
30 May 2020 329 +75
6 Jun 2020 417 +88
13 Jun 2020 520 +103
20 Jun 2020 678 +158
27 Jun 2020 771 +93
4 Jul 2020 1511 +740
11 Jul 2020 2283 +772

PRIVATE FUNDS TRANSPARENCY REPORT

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Brian Tang, CFA
Brian Tang, CFA

Brian has a unique background working at investment management firms, family offices, hedge funds, and private banks. He has advised senior management on strategic and investment decisions, led department-wide change initiatives, and is always looking to improve efficiency, teamwork, and collaboration.

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