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By Ben Hobden, Spencer Vickers
In the matter of Pacific Harbor Asia Fund I, Ltd (In Official Liquidation) the Grand Court appointed joint official liquidators from different firms due to the differing opinions of various stakeholders...
By Scott Pearman, Stephanie C. Bernard
The Supreme Court of Bermuda (Kawaley CJ) handed down a decision revisiting the existing practice of hearing applications to restructure Bermuda law trusts in private when appropriate.
By Marcello Ausenda, Graham Collis, David Cooke, Niel Jones
We are pleased to present the latest edition of our Bermuda Public Companies Update which features a recap of significant transactions involving Bermuda public companies listed...
By Piers Alexander
There are a number of key economic and demographic factors currently at play which are likely to increase the development of new business in Asia for offshore financial centres (OFCs)...
By Nigel Meeson Q.C., Fraser Hughes
It is well settled that the Cayman Court's power to order the winding up of a Company is discretionary, section 92 of the Companies Law (2013 Revision) providing that ‘A company may be wound up by the Court if …'.
By Paul Smith, Ben Hobden
In late 2008, RMF Market Neutral Strategies (Master) Limited ("RMF") sought to cash in its investments in DD Growth Premium 2X Fund (In Official Liquidation) (the "Company"), a feeder fund incorporated in the Cayman Islands, ...
By Robert Lindley, Bernadette Carey
The Law is prescriptive as to the incorporation, administration and management of a Cayman Foundation.
By Bernadette Carey
A key component of the effective operation and continued growth of the local financial services industry is the promotion of the Cayman Islands for what it is: a modern and sophisticated...
By Bernadette Carey
While local schools, some businesses and many professionals have been on a lengthy summer hiatus, the same cannot be said for the local judiciary.
By Maree Martin
As a leading offshore financial centre, the Cayman Islands strives both to meet the varied and changing needs of those who utilise the jurisdiction as well as ensuring it maintains appropriate levels of regulation.
By Audrey Robertson
The British Virgin Islands is becoming an increasingly popular jurisdiction for aviation finance, not only in the private and corporate jet sectors, but also in the commercial aircraft sector.
By Matthew Stocker
The Cayman Special Economic Zone (SEZ) recently created the Cayman Aviation Services Park to sit alongside the existing Cayman Maritime Services Park established in 2015
By Matthew Stocker
Conyers' Matthew Stocker highlights the strong position of the Cayman Islands.
By Robert Lindley, Bernadette Carey
Foundations are also expected to be useful to commercial lawyers in securitization transactions, as an alternative to the traditional special purpose vehicle under a purpose trust.
By Craig Fulton, Ryan McConvey
The Cayman Islands has recently seen the passing of a number of laws to improve the Island's regulatory framework in support of the international financial system's integrity.
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