Exempted limited partnerships bolster Caymans’ prominence for PE and VC funds

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The Cayman Islands have long been the most prominent offshore jurisdiction through which to structure offshore private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) funds.

Marc Parrott
Marc Parrott

For international managers, sponsors and investors, the attractions of the Cayman Islands as the jurisdiction in which to domicile these funds include a stable political environment, the ability to raise and deploy capital efficiently through a tax-neutral environment with no capital gains, income, withholding, estate or inheritance taxes, and the ability to implement structures to achieve their commercial objectives without giving rise to unnecessary levels of regulatory compliance or disclosure.

In addition, the Cayman Islands’ predictable and ethical court system renowned for its sensible approach to commercial disputes provides a degree of comfort in the event that disputes between managers, sponsors or investors arise.

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Marc Parrott is a counsel of Harney Westwood & Riegels in Hong Kong. He can be contacted on +852 3195 7281 or by email at marc.parrott@harneys.com

Cristine Lam is an associate of Harney Westwood & Riegels in Hong Kong. She can be contacted on +852 3195 7270 or by email at cristine.lam@harneys.com

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