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10 June 2013
Alternative Domicile Intelligence, ADI, a new publication from IFI Global, the publishers of FundDomiciles.com and The NED, launches this June.
6 June 2013
European Securities and Markets Authority has approved cooperation agreements under the AIFMD between securities regulators from the EU and many offshore centres, including the BVI, Cayman, Guernsey and Jersey, reports Carey Olsen.
4 June 2013
British Prime Minister, David Cameron, has called on the Crown Dependencies and Overseas Territories to help to “knock down the walls” of tax opacity.
29 May 2013
The regulator of the funds industry in Ireland, the Central Bank of Ireland announced that it is now accepting applications under the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (from May 15).
The Central Bank also published the relevant Application Forms, as well as its AIF Rulebook, making it the first regulator in Europe to provide such clarity on its approach to applications under AIFMD, report Irish Mason Hayes and Curran.
28 May 2013
In a letter to the Financial Times one of the world’s best known economists, Jeffrey Sachs, has laid into Cayman, suggesting that ‘it is playing with fire’. Sachs, who is currently at Colombia University, was one of the youngest ever professors of economics at Harvard.
FundDomiciles.com is surveying fund managers and investors to get their views on the UK offshore centres. It will also be hosting a follow-up event for survey interviewees and other interested parties in London.
FundDomiciles.com is expanding and upgrading its online videoing capabilities. It now offers video interviews with industry participants as well as live and recorded webcasts with organisations throughout the industry.
Investor demands for greater liquidity and transparency in alternatives are unquestionably on the rise. This is one of the main conclusions that was drawn from research done with KPMG early in 2010.