Offshore: Clear as crystal
Secrecy in the Cayman Islands has always been taken seriously so that trading strategies, market positions and information about investors may be protected. However, with both investors and regulators demanding a more open market, the islands have been forced to re-establish their commitment to transparency, writes Martin Livingston
Hedge funds, and offshore funds in particular, often require secrecy to protect their trading strategies, market positions and sensitive information about their investors. However, at the same time as investor demands are driving managers to provide more information on their investments, so the demands of regulators, both onshore and offshore, are obliging funds and their managers to disclose more information.
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