Monday, 10 September 2012

Malta fund platform structures: a comparison

In a previous post I spoke about the introduction of the Recognized Incorprated Cell Company structure and how it could be an interesting new option for platform providers. As a firm we are now seeing increasing interest in the use of this structure (as well as continued interest in the set-up of Malta hedge funds in general). We have therefore prepared a publication which analyzes in further detail the nature of this structure, and are also providing a comparison table that highlights the differences between RICCs and other vehicles that can be used as fund platforms. You can find the publication on our website. This should be useful reading both for operators interested in setting up Malta RICCs as well as fund managers looking to understand better any structure in which they may have a plug-in arrangement.

Charles Cassar, Funds Lawyer
Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates, Malta

No comments:

Post a comment

Your feedback is most welcome!