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Invested in a market that has lost 80%? Not a problem for these fund...

Some investors might be unsettled by the volatility of a crypto market that is plagued by scandals and the ups and downs of Bitcoin, which has created and destroyed fortunes for the past eight or nine years.

Investment analysis: Should you trust your investments to machine learning algorithms?

While 2018 was a difficult year for investors, following a tumultuous fourth-quarter drop of 13.5 percent in the S&P 500 and a full-year decline of 4.4 percent in the S&P 500 Total Return Index, quantitative hedge funds managed by the likes of Bridgewater, D.E. Shaw, and Renaissance Technologies, performed comparably well.

Reinsurance: Industry players see new opportunities in reinsurance

The Cayman Islands is capitalizing on new opportunities in the reinsurance market after 75 percent of the 33 new insurance and reinsurance companies established in Cayman last year were linked to the reinsurance space.

Companies turning to software to comply with AML rules

Throughout their careers in the financial services industry, former Maples managing partner Charles Jennings and compliance officer Kimberly Smith had to deal with an everchanging landscape of anti-money laundering rules and regulations.

New law on validity of wills in Cayman offers ‘greater flexibility’

The new Cayman Islands’ Formal Validity of Wills (Persons Dying Abroad) Law 2018, which came into effect on Feb. 1, 2019, offers far greater flexibility for international clients who wish to invest in and do business in the Cayman Islands, according to a leading private client lawyer in the jurisdiction.

Immigration: Pitfalls for the unwary in residency rights

Are you a permanent resident or do you have the right to remain permanently?Both the same, right? In my mind, fundamentally, yes. Under the Immigration Law of the Cayman Islands, seemingly not. Unexpected twists and pitfalls await the unwary.

Legally Speaking: Confusion at the intersection of BOT citizenship and being Caymanian

Passports seem to have originated as a document authorizing persons to pass through “the gate” of a medieval city.

Cruise pier development: a boon or a bane for George Town Central?

IRG Real Estate Ltd. broker Jeremy Hurst moved to Cayman in 1988, and around that time government was developing a transportation plan that included the revitalization of George Town Central.

Cayman’s financial services showcased to New York audience

Cayman Finance hosted a pair of events in New York on Jan. 22 to showcase the strength of the Cayman Islands financial services industry and its benefits to global partners, particularly those in the United States.

Immigration Law paves way for bright future

Daniel Altneu The new Immigration (Transition) Law, 2018 and Customs and Border Control Law 2018 came into force on Feb. 1 by Order of Cabinet....

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