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Expert legal commentary and analysis on the key issues and developments in private equity in Jersey.
Carey Olsen
A limited partnership seeks to combine the flexibility and "tax transparency" offered by a partnership structure with the benefits, for limited partners, ...
Ogier
Complex tax, accounting and employment matters are amongst those which drive the choice of acquisition structure for private equity funded transactions
Appleby
Following the registration by the Royal Court of Jersey of the Limited Liability Companies (Jersey) Law 2018 on 21 December 2018 (the LLC Law),...
Ogier
"Unprecedented" has become the word of 2020; used to describe many of the challenges now facing the world it is a common feature of the year's news reports, but it is also a word though that aptly describes the present state ...
Ocorian
In an article taken from our Guide to Family Offices [download here], Executive Director, Richard Joynt shines a spotlight on the reasons why the diverse array of businesses falling under the...
Carey Olsen
It is well known that Jersey companies are a vehicle of choice for acquisition and investment holding structures, in particular in a private equity context.
Walkers
Draft legislation recently published by the Government of Jersey gives greater legal clarity around disclosure of company information and provides a foundation for future changes, including in relation to beneficial ownership and foundations.
Walkers
A settlor, when establishing a trust, will typically draw from the following categories of potential trustees:...
Carey Olsen
(i) Re the 1964 E Settlement and (ii) Re the 1964 F Settlement and the 1987 F Settlement, Royal Court of Jersey (MacRae, Deputy Bailiff, and Jurats Olsen and Christensen) 16 and 24 July 2020.
Ogier
In its recent decision in In the matter of the 1964 Settlement [2020] JRC 140B[1], the Royal Court (the Court) has – for the first time – considered whether it can exercise a...
Carey Olsen
A security interest under the Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012 (the "2012 Law") must ‘attach' to the relevant collateral in order to be enforceable against the grantor of the security
Carey Olsen
The Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012 (the "2012 Law") has a wide scope, allows flexibility in the methods of taking and perfecting security, and affords secured parties wide enforcement...
Appleby
Jersey applies the "Recommendations" of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), which are recognised as the global standard in anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing.
Ogier
On 7 August 2020, the Luxembourg supervisory authority for the financial sector, the CSSF, updated its frequently asked questions (the FAQ)...
Ogier
In a news cycle that can seem relentlessly gloomy, there are some positive stories to be told and the increased activity in private equity is one of them.
Collas Crill
This is an update of our article of 19 June 2019 to advise that the reflective loss rule no longer applies to claims by creditors, following the Supreme Court's ruling on 15 July 2020 to reverse the Court of Appeal's decision on the cited Marex case.
Ogier
Ogier's Cayman Islands team has advised ARYA Sciences Acquisition Corp (ARYA), a special purpose acquisition company sponsored by Perceptive Advisors, LLC
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Ogier
Take-private transactions have long been a feature of the legal landscape in the Cayman Islands, whether as a tool for acquiring a company or in order to re-list the company on a more favourable...
Ogier
In Sevilleja v Marex Financial Ltd [2020] UKSC 31 (15 July 2020), the UK Supreme Court unanimously confirmed that the rule barring recovery of "reflective loss" does not and cannot apply to creditor claims.
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