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As the primary financial services regulator, the mission of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority is to enhance the economic wealth and reputation of the Cayman Islands by fostering a thriving and growing, competitive, and internationally recognised financial services industry, through appropriate, responsive, cost-effective and efficient supervision and a stable currency.

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CIMA-ANNUAL REPORT COVER 2013 

GRAND CAYMAN (Monday, 14 April 2014) Details of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority’s (CIMA) operations for the financial year 1 July 2012 through 30 June 2013, and indicators of the financial sector’s performance during the same period, are now available to the public. The information is contained in CIMA’s 2013 Annual Report which has been released on the Authority’s website. The report can be found in the Publications section of the CIMA website. Click the following link to view the report: CIMA’s 2013 Annual Report
 

 

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE SURVEY COVER    

 

Feedback to Consultation: Corporate Governance

Feedback to Consultation: Statement of Guidance on Governance for Mutual Funds

 

 Consultation – Statement of Guidance on Governance for Funds

 

CIMA Advisory - Fund Annual Return Filing Fees 
 

CIMA Statement on AIFMD

 

Corporate Governance Consultation Paper

 

Industry Advisory - CIMA 2013 Fee Changes

 

 

 

 

 

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External Cooperation and Assessments

An integral part of CIMA's work is its interaction with regulatory, standard-setting and other relevant bodies within and outside of the Cayman Islands. Such involvement is necessary for CIMA to carry out its functions and fulfill its obligations under the Monetary Authority Law and regulatory laws.

CIMA's external involvement encompasses the exchange of information and other assistance with overseas and local regulatory authorities, the negotiation of memoranda of understanding (MOUs) and similar agreements to facilitate that external assistance, participation in international bodies and initiatives. For more details on this aspect of CIMA's work, click on International Cooperation.

In addition, CIMA facilitates assessments of the Cayman Islands' financial services regulatory regime by international agencies, including the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF). For information on these assessments and to view the reports, click on External Assessments.

Click on Domestic Cooperation for more information on this aspect of CIMA's work or go directly to Domestic Agreements to view the local MOUs and protocols into which CIMA has entered.

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External Cooperation and Assessments

An integral part of CIMA's work is its interaction with regulatory, standard-setting and other relevant bodies within and outside of the Cayman Islands. Such involvement is necessary for CIMA to carry out its functions and fulfill its obligations under the Monetary Authority Law and regulatory laws.

CIMA's external involvement encompasses the exchange of information and other assistance with overseas and local regulatory authorities, the negotiation of memoranda of understanding (MOUs) and similar agreements to facilitate that external assistance, participation in international bodies and initiatives. For more details on this aspect of CIMA's work, click on International Cooperation.

In addition, CIMA facilitates assessments of the Cayman Islands' financial services regulatory regime by international agencies, including the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF). For information on these assessments and to view the reports, click on External Assessments.

Click on Domestic Cooperation for more information on this aspect of CIMA's work or go directly to Domestic Agreements to view the local MOUs and protocols into which CIMA has entered.

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External Cooperation and Assessments

An integral part of CIMA's work is its interaction with regulatory, standard-setting and other relevant bodies within and outside of the Cayman Islands. Such involvement is necessary for CIMA to carry out its functions and fulfill its obligations under the Monetary Authority Law and regulatory laws.

CIMA's external involvement encompasses the exchange of information and other assistance with overseas and local regulatory authorities, the negotiation of memoranda of understanding (MOUs) and similar agreements to facilitate that external assistance, participation in international bodies and initiatives. For more details on this aspect of CIMA's work, click on International Cooperation.

In addition, CIMA facilitates assessments of the Cayman Islands' financial services regulatory regime by international agencies, including the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF). For information on these assessments and to view the reports, click on External Assessments.

Click on Domestic Cooperation for more information on this aspect of CIMA's work or go directly to Domestic Agreements to view the local MOUs and protocols into which CIMA has entered.

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External Cooperation and Assessments

An integral part of CIMA's work is its interaction with regulatory, standard-setting and other relevant bodies within and outside of the Cayman Islands. Such involvement is necessary for CIMA to carry out its functions and fulfill its obligations under the Monetary Authority Law and regulatory laws.

CIMA's external involvement encompasses the exchange of information and other assistance with overseas and local regulatory authorities, the negotiation of memoranda of understanding (MOUs) and similar agreements to facilitate that external assistance, participation in international bodies and initiatives. For more details on this aspect of CIMA's work, click on International Cooperation.

In addition, CIMA facilitates assessments of the Cayman Islands' financial services regulatory regime by international agencies, including the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF). For information on these assessments and to view the reports, click on External Assessments.

Click on Domestic Cooperation for more information on this aspect of CIMA's work or go directly to Domestic Agreements to view the local MOUs and protocols into which CIMA has entered.

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Updated: 24-Jan-2014