Now in its second decade, IFC Caribbean remains the only dedicated guide to the region's specialist finance centres and continues to offer wealth managers the world over the most comprehensive guide to wealth management services in the region.
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The Caribbean’s role within the global economy:We consider how the Caribbean is arguably at the offshore crossroads between currently diverging economic blocs: China/Asia, North America, Europe and LatAm.
Compliance:As Caribbean jurisdictions continue to contend with issues such as de-risking and regulatory challenges in the cryptoasset sector, we consider the importance of fostering a compliance culture by regularly updating anti-money laundering legislative regimes and enforcing economic substance requirements.
NextGen Wealth Planning:As new generations take charge of family wealth with fresh ideas and values, we look at why Caribbean wealth managers and family offices must adapt to meet the needs and expectations of tomorrow’s tech-savvy and ESG-minded investors.
Impact Investing:Institutional investors, high net worth individuals and foundations are increasingly making investments that meet impact-first criteria. We consider how impact investing is currently making waves within the Caribbean fund management sector.
Insurance:As the virtual asset industry shows rapid growth across Caribbean nations, we consider how the insurance industry will be impacted by the expansion of blockchain technology, NFTs and the metaverse.
AI/Automation:Rapid advances in technology are leading family offices to turn to artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance their operations and better serve their clients. We analyse the potential advantages of using AI to support investment decisions, estate planning and automation of routine tasks.
Legislation:How have various legal ideas have moved around the Caribbean in recent years?
Section 2 provides an in depth jurisdiction by jurisdiction guide delivering technical analysis of the latest wealth management tools and vehicles across key sectors including Trusts, Funds, family offices, international tax planning, fintech, sustainability and citizenship.
This year's contributors include:
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Texas A&M University
The University of the West Indies
Bahamas Financial Services Board
Caribbean Trade Law & Development
Martin Kenney & Co
Travers Thorp Alberga
Untitled Legal Consulting
Cayman Arbitration Centre
Antigua CIP Bureau
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