01 Apr 2020

Hedgeweek Feature: Strengthening Oversight in the Cayman Islands

With the business very much at the forefront of the rapidly-evolving corporate governance landscape surrounding the hedge fund industry in the Cayman Islands, one increasingly live issue among clients is a growing awareness of the need for greater board diversity, says Ebony Myles-Berry, fund director at IMS.

Diversity in terms of board composition has been a hot topic for a while and over the last few years, there’s been a lot more awareness and demand, specifically for gender diversity. Economic, social and legal considerations have created a surge in interest from investors and investment managers about increasing gender diversity on fund boards.

Read her full interview with Hedgeweek here.


About the Author
Ebony Myles-Berry is an independent fund director at IMS in the Cayman Islands and can be contacted at emyles-berry@ims.ky.

IMS is one of the longest established company management firms in the Cayman Islands. IMS is licensed by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority to provide independent directors, company management and incorporation, mutual fund administration, captive insurance and trust services. For more information about our services, please contact us.

Disclaimer: this publication does not constitute legal or professional advice and should not be relied on as such.