CIMA has extended the filing deadline for filing of audited accounts and FAR Form for Private Funds to 30 September 2021


CIMA has extended the filing deadline for filing of audited accounts and FAR Form for Private Funds to 30 September 2021

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (“CIMA”) released a Notice on 19 April 2021 to confirm that the deadline for the first filing of audited accounts for Private Funds and the Fund Annual Return (FAR) form which is also required to be filed annually has been extended to 30 September 2021.

The extension relates only to the audited accounts and FAR forms for Private Funds and does not apply to open-ended mutual funds registered under the Mutual Funds Act (2021 Revision). The audited accounts and FAR forms for mutual funds are still required to be filed within six (6) months of each relevant Fund’s financial year end.
 

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