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Ogier has launched a cross-jurisdictional tax team in response to requirements from corporate clients, their advisers and trustees.
Ogier has advised Integrated Diagnostics Holdings plc (IDH) on its recent listing on the main market of the London Stock Exchange.
Ogier advises Taiwan insurer Cathay Life on the acquisition of The Walbrook Building in London.
Ogier has been announced as a finalist in The Lawyer’s annual awards.
Ogier has acted as BVI legal counsel on the $76.8m IPO on NASDAQ of Atlantic Alliance Partnership Corp.
Ogier partner Sally Edwards has been named as a finalist in the International Financial Law Review (IFLR) European Women in Business Law Awards 2015.
Ogier has appointed a new partner to its Cayman Islands dispute resolution team. Ulrich Payne joins the firm from Kirkland & Ellis International in London, where he was a partner.
Ogier’s head of private client and trusts services, partner Sally Edwards, will discuss common obstacles and issues arising in protecting the trustee in a session at the International Trusts & Private Client Forum in Jersey.
Ogier Jersey has acted for the lenders in connection with amendments and an increase to approximately US$6.3 billion to financing provided to the Tullow Oil Group.
ICG Europe Fund VI has held its first close, having raised €2.5bn (£1.8bn) to date.