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By Craig Cordle
"The pressure on fees is significant for lawyers given the amount of regulation we now have to take into consideration when launching these funds.
By Jonathan Hughes
With a background covering property transactions around the world working out of London and Sydney, Jonathan Hughes brings a global perspective to Ogier's Local Legal Services Team.
By Claire Smith
Sweeping Planning changes demanding full biodiversity surveys for hundreds of Planning applications each year have the potential to delay even minor projects – and could shut down work completely...
By Ray Ng, Oliver Payne, Edwin Gomez
In the course of the last 24 months, a number of Cayman Islands companies with operations in the PRC and shares or ADRs traded on the US Exchanges have been the subject of 'take-private' transactions.
By Niamh Lalor
In August 2016, the JFSC issued a consultation paper in relation to the proposed rationalisation and consolidation of Jersey's private fund and unregulated fund regimes.
By Steve Meiklejohn, Nick Rogers
In a year that saw so many regulatory changes it's not surprising that our most-read briefings were dominated by our specialists unpicking developments across a range of subjects...
By Caroline Bormans
After a very intense debate, the law on the 2017 tax reform (the "Law") was adopted on 14 December 2016 by a rather slim majority of the Luxembourg Parliament. Subsequently, on 23 December 2016...
By Edward Mackereth, Steve Meiklejohn
Award wins, top tier directory rankings, promotions and major deals – the top 12 news releases for 2016 measured by traffic on show a cross-section of the firm's activity over the last year.
By Michael Little, Daniel Read, Claire Smith
Three things to remember about the Discrimination (Jersey) Law 2013 as we approach Christmas, the Party Season and of course Secret Santa.
By Nicholas Brookes
Two recent judgments broaden the Norwich Pharmacal jurisdiction in the BVI, each by the two incumbent Commercial Court justices...
By Ulrich Payne, Giorgio Subiotto, Paul Murphy
When an investor secures a redemption payment from a fund that subsequently goes into liquidation, the investor derives an enormous sense of relief that he managed to abandon a sinking ship in time.
By Nigel Sanders
Successful applications to the Royal Court of Jersey for a letter of request seeking assistance from the High Court of England to place a Jersey registered company into administration..
By Nicholas Burkill, Ewelina Clyde-Smith
The BVI International Arbitration Centre (the BVIIAC) opened its doors on 16 November 2016.
By Kate Hodson, James Heinicke
In recent years, the subscription facility market has increased significantly in size as more private equity funds use these lines of credit attracted by the flexibility and liquidity that such facilities can offer.
By Julia Journee
We would like to use the opportunity of this publication to shortly summarize the changes in Luxembourg applying to Issuers under the new MAR...
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