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Legal costs
Asked by Jonathan Barton

What are the legal costs for setting up a single fund entity as a limited liability company (includingoffering and subscription documents) in an offshore location such as the Cayman Islands?




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Legal costs can vary greatly depending upon the location you choose for your fund, as well as the law firm you hire. To start a domestic fund, expect to pay anywhere from $15,000 to $150,000+ in legal fees to start up a fund. To set up a fund offshore (British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, etc.), expect to pay between as little as $50,000 to upwards of $400,000. With offshore funds, costs can vary greatly depending upon the ever-changing mix of local laws, taxes, and regulations.