Who we are
Our business principles
We are devoted to providing an unmatched level of corporate and fund services to our clients based on high quality independent, financial, legal and industry expertise. Our Business Principles are our values and articulate the Firm’s culture and how we engage with clients. Our entire culture is predicated on trust and experience. Our professionals share an uncompromised dedication to excellence and integrity worldwide.
Sustainable – we work to build long-term relationships.
3. Technology & Security
We employ bank encrypted security of our client data. We continuously monitor and invest in IT to ensure that we provide technological efficiencies for our clients whilst ensuring that we maintain robust secure client data practices.
We are a truly independent firm and therefore not affiliated with fund managers, law firms, administrators or other service providers that may present conflicts of interest. This is particularly important when providing independent director services.
We are licensed and regulated by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA).
Insights from our blog
A new economic substance bill was past by the Cayman Islands legislature December 17, 2018. This new legislation entitled The International Tax Co-operation (Economic Substance) Law, 2018 (the Economic Substance Law), will only affect Relevant Entities (as defined below) in the list of Countries who, Effective January 1, 2019, will be required to demonstrate adequate economic substance in the Cayman Islands.read more
As a globally focused business with local expertise, we pride ourselves on helping our clients navigate regulatory requirements, provide fund solutions, independent fund governance and assisting clients with cross-border transaction structuring and Cayman corporate administration services.read more
All registered, professional and corporate directors registered or licenced with the Cayman Islands
Monetary Authority (“CIMA”) are reminded that they are required to pay their annual registration and licence fees to CIMA on or before 15 January 2019.