Recent chatter about making hedge funds with a physical presence in the United States register with U.S. regulators is making waves in the Cayman Islands, according to the online Financial Times.

The Caribbean archipelago has a reputation as a paradise for vacationers and hedge funds alike, due to fund-friendly laws that allow hedge funds to open shop relatively quickly and that take an buyer-beware attitude to regulation.

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