The scope of regulatory requirements in the Cayman Islands has increased significantly in recent years and requires Cayman-domiciled entities to meet ongoing regulatory filing requirements, in addition to other obligations as set out by the regulatory...
Securitisations in the Cayman Islands cover a large range of assets, including securities, mortgages, receivables, royalties, rentals and any other asset that produces income.
In this Mondaq Comparative Guide, Stuarts’ Partner Megan Wright and Associate Joseph Bates discuss the most common types of securities in the Cayman Islands including real estate loans and securities from onshore financial markets, as well as the main benefits and requirements of using the Cayman Islands for securitisation.
Read the Mondaq online article in full here.
Download the PDF version of Securitisation in the Cayman Islands here