Established jurisdictions newcomers challenged

Where are the new or expanding markets for fund administration? Are new domiciles like Malta closing the gap with more developed locations? How is growth in Asia impacting fund administration services?


“We are finding that Cayman-domiciled funds coupled with Irish servicing is still the leading fund structure for EMEA-based managers,” agrees Karen Tyrell at Citi. “This is testimony to the talent in Ireland and the legislation of the Cayman Islands.”

Don McClean at UBS believes Asia will continue to provide opportunities for hedge fund managers while other new centres will find their own niche. “In 2009, we anticipate an increase in demand for funds domiciled in more regulated jurisdictions

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