Cayman regulator refutes Woodford registration claims - reports

'No current or pending registration'

James Baxter-Derrington
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The financial regulator of the Cayman Islands has confirmed that WCM Partners has yet to file a registration for its new healthcare fund.

The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) confirmed to the Cayman Compass on 29 April that "there is no current or pending registration with the Authority in reference to Mr. Neil Woodford". Oxford Nanopore represents almost half of new Cayman-based Woodford fund CIMA's rebuttal follows reports that Woodford's attempted return to the industry, WCM Partners, had registered its healthcare portfolio in the Cayman Islands after the Jersey regulator asserted the island would not be a "back door" to access the UK market. When pressed on whether CIMA would allow Woodford to set up shop...

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