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Appleby has advised mandated lead arrangers and bookrunners in providing a HKD1.8bn secured syndicated term loan and revolving credit facility to Fortune REIT.
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The court may make an order that provides for part of an ex-spouse’s maintenance to be paid from a percentage of the breadwinner’s future bonus payments.
Appleby has advised the mandated lead arrangers and financial advisers in relation to the $3bn privatisation of Chinese online gaming company Giant Interactive Group.
Appleby has appointed Caren Pegg, Keith Robinson, Andrew Jowett, Clive Langley, Camilla Neal, Steven Rees Davies, Juan Thornley and Anthony Williams.
Appleby has acted as Bermuda counsel to the Asia Broadcast Satellite group of companies in relation to its $470m secured loan financing from the Export-Import Bank of the United States.
Appleby has acted for Optics Valley Union Holding Company on its listing on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on 28 March 2014.
Bermuda regards itself as one of the most highly developed and sophisticated jurisdictions in which to conduct trust business.
Two Caymanian lawyers from Appleby’s Articled Clerk Programme have been admitted to the role of attorneys-at-law of the Cayman Islands.
A number of separate procedures are available to various interested parties upon the insolvency of a company in Bermuda.
Appleby has announced that its Hong Kong office received the Asia-Pacific Leisure Deal of the Year award at the 2013 Project Finance Awards.
Appleby has appointed Anne Freeman as a senior associate (solicitor, England and Wales) in its corporate and commercial team.
The Isle of Man Data Protection Act 2002 mirrors much of the UK Data Protection Act 1998 and uses a number of important definitions.
The Canada-BVI tax information exchange agreement (TIEA) came into force on 11 March 2014. The TIEA was signed in May 2013.
Financial institutions in Bermuda will soon be obliged to provide information to foreign tax authorities relating to the financial affairs of US and UK resident clients.
The offshore jurisdictions are thought to be secretive, with banking secrecy being an important part of what those jurisdictions offer to businesses and individuals who use them.
Family disputes over the provisions of a will are a relatively common occurrence in Bermuda courts.
The Royal Court has had to consider the impact of the regulatory regime in Jersey under the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2005 upon online blog sites.
As set out in Public Trustee v Cooper, there are four categories of administrative application.