Both Cayman and the BVI play a huge role in offshore regional business and finance and there are significant capital flows between Caribbean offshore jurisdictions and in the People’s Republic of China (PRC)
Uses of Cayman entities and state of the marketWe continue to see Cayman Islands companies (“Caycos”) used in a wide variety of finance transactions...
The Cayman Islands has, in recent times, proved itself an increasingly popular jurisdiction for the incorporation of companies owned or operated by parties located in Asia. There are a number of reasons for this popularity.
Outsiders have struggled to understand China since (at least) Marco Polo. The western appetite for information on China now exceeds the demand for Chinese food; sometimes it seems a new book promising to unlock the mysteries of China’s surging economy, political system, or society appears daily.
The September 2010 edition of The Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI), which provides profiles, ratings and rankings for 75 financial centres, highlighted a familiar trend noting that Asian centres continue to exhibit good growth with Shanghai entering the top 10 and Seoul gaining four places and moving into the top 25 for the first time.