Julian Fletcher recently joined Carne Group Financial Services (Carne) as an independent director in its Cayman Islands office after previously practicing as a partner in Mourant Ozannes’ investment funds group. Fletcher has the vantage point of a former practicing attorney when considering issues, regulations and trends in the hedge fund industry in his new capacity as a fund director. For more on fund directors, see “SEC Chair Outlines Expectations for Fund Directors” (Apr. 7, 2016); “Irish Central Bank Issues Guidance on Fund Director Time Commitments” (Jul. 9, 2015); and “Cayman Court of Appeal Overturns Decision Holding Weavering Fund Directors Personally Liable” (Feb. 26, 2015). In connection with his move to Carne, the Hedge Fund Law Report recently interviewed Fletcher about topics relevant to hedge fund managers, including the future of corporate governance; trends in the structuring of boards of directors of hedge funds; how directors consider different components of a hedge fund’s operations; the future of the Cayman Islands hedge fund industry in light of the introduction of the Cayman LLC vehicle and the decision not to extend the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive passport; and critical considerations confronting allocators at this time. For additional analysis from Carne, see “Luxembourg Funds Offer Options for Hedge Fund Managers to Access European and Global Investors” (Feb. 11, 2016); and “Identifying and Addressing the Primary Conflicts of Interest in the Hedge Fund Management Business” (Jan. 17, 2013).