For years, private equity and hedge funds have flocked to the Cayman Islands, which offer tax advantages for fund managers and some of their foreign and nonprofit investors. Setting up shop in the islands, usually nothing more than a mail drop, also provides them a large degree of financial secrecy while avoiding the far tighter financial regulations of the U.S. and other nations.
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