28 May 2020

Cayman Island’s new Virtual Assets (Service Providers) Law 2020

The virtual assets regime in the Cayman Islands is undergoing enormous changes with the recent introduction of the Virtual Assets (Service Providers) Law, 2020. 

King & Wood Mallesons regulatory partner Urszula McCormack and Alice Molan, partner at Walkers, led an engaging discussion on the regime and its impact on the industry, along with recommendations on adapting to the new changes ahead.

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