Inward investment to Ireland is rising, just the tonic for its law firms
The alternative investment fund managers directive has arrived and co-operation agreements shaken hands on. Now comes tricky implementation
Who are the top private equity lawyers rated by clients and lawyers, and what are the secrets of their mysterious art? The Lawyer can reveal all
Representatives of The Lawyer Awards Funds Team of the Year shortlist gathered in London recently to debate the hottest topics in the sector
The private equity funds market in London has been raided and invaded by US firms of late, so what has been the impact?
Lawyers gathered in London last week to hear why Luxembourg offers such big potential for investors. In association with Wildgen
There is less than a year to go before the alternative investment fund directive comes into force. Here are the salient points still to be discussed
Regulation from the EU is just one of several concerns for the funds industry, according to in-house and private practice lawyers
Sovereign wealth funds’ investments are based not on politics but sound economic factors, say Dale Gabbert and Olivier s’Jacob
Fund arrangements are being forced to become more flexible as the investors start to call the shots, says Bridget Barker
The UK has struggled to make its mark in the competitive world of Ucits funds. Stuart Martin argues the case for the jurisdiction
EU investment restrictions and tough regulations are only a matter of time.
They’ve been blamed for the financial crisis, but hedge funds now face their biggest challenge. By Kit Chellel
Deadlines coming for multinationals’ retirement plans and US taxpayers with foreign financial interests download subscription
In 2010, the US enacted a sweeping change in enforcement of its tax laws on foreign financial interests, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act.
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The liquidators of Bernard L. Madoff feeder fund Fairfield Sentry, represented by British Virgin Islands (BVI) firm Forbes Hare and Macfarlanes, have lost two key points before the Privy Council in an important judgment.
Addleshaw Goddard has nominated partners Adrian Collins and John Joyce as the challengers to replace incumbent Paul Devitt in the firm’s forthcoming managing partner election.