For Catalyst, offering the best solution for our clients means that we need to partner with the best providers in their respective industry:
For the bulk of Cayman legal issues, Catalyst has engaged Ogier. This will include all regulatory, compliance, corporate and fund matters.
For all US-based legal issues, Catalyst has engaged Greenberg Traurig to act as our legal counsel.
Assisting Catalyst in the Bahamas, Lennox Paton have been engaged for any regulatory, compliance and licensing mandates in the jurisdiction.
Partnering with Catalyst globally, Grant Thornton will be providing the group with its annual audit requirements, as well as Catalyst procurement of its Soc1 Type II Annual Report certification.
For any Cayman immigration and HR related topics, Catalyst has engaged HSM to provide our solutions.
Working with Catalyst on Data protection, Cyber security and any associated items, Pivot will be an external provider contracted to ensure compliance is kept at the highest standard.
As a CIMA (Cayman Islands) and BFSB (Bahamas) regulated provider, Catalyst’s focus on compliance, governance and IT security is paramount to the day-to-day running of the business.
In the Cayman Islands, Catalyst has applied for its Mutual Fund Administration License (MFA) as well as its Company Management License (CML).
In the Bahamas, Catalyst is in the process of applying for its Restricted Fund Administration License
Internal Team and Partners
Catalyst has a fully dedicated compliance officer and internal auditor.
Catalyst has engaged some of the industry’s best including Ogier, Grant Thornton, and Pivot to ensure we receive the best advice, protection and guidance.
Controls and Goverance
For 2020, Catalyst will go through an operational and IT readiness assesement in preparation for our Soc 1 Type II Certification issued in 2021.
In addition Catalyst has contracted independent external audits including cyber security and data protection.