This article is from the Amiga CD32 FAQ, by Stuart Tomlinson with numerous contributions by others.
A: The first real problem is in making a bootable CD32 disc. This requires special software and license/royalty agreements which were available from the C= developer programs.
Developers who obtained these rights before the C= liquidation may be able to master the CD-ROMs with the appropriate boot/system files, for you - as your publisher.
On the other hand, now that the C= liquidation is over, you should be able to apply for your own developer status and publish your own CDs.
Escom are the new owners. It seems they're only going to market the CD32 as a set-top box, but they could start making more early 1996 or do a proper Amiga CD system.