Jersey keeping step with the revolution
With the demands of both investors and regulators growing ever more sophisticated, the legal framework within which the offshore financial centres operate has had to evolve to keep up. Martin Paul looks at how the Jersey regulators have kept pace with their changing environment
The world of offshore funds is constantly evolving. Recent years have seen a growing demand for alternative and more specialised collective investment vehicles. The investors in such funds are institutional, high-net worth or sophisticated, and demand speed, efficiency and flexibility. The regulatory regime in Jersey is changing in response to this.
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