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Listing High Yield Bonds on The International Stock Exchange

By Lucy Chambers, Emily Renouf The purpose of this briefing is to highlight the principal requirements and key issues to be considered when considering listing high yield bonds on The International Stock Exchange (TISE or the Exchange) under The International Stock Exchange Authority Limited’s (TISEA or the Authority) listing rules (the Listing Rules). TISE offers: […]

Fund finance lending: a practical checklist

By James Heinicke, David Nelson, Fabien Debroise In this chapter we have tried to set out some of the key issues that a lender and its counsel need to consider when entering into a typical subscription (or capital call) finance transaction. We have looked at these issues from the perspective of a lender and as […]

Offshore relocations – moving your family to the Channel Islands

The Channel Islands are a beautiful and secure location offering an ideal base for families and businesses. The traditional arguments made for relocating to the Channel Islands used to revolve around unspoiled beaches, sunshine, great restaurants, golf courses and low tax rates. Those arguments still hold true, but more and more the things that are […]

Cayman securities investment business – changes for excluded persons

* Updated to reflect CIMA Notice published on 19 June 2019 * Entities registered with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) as excluded persons under the Securities Investment Business Law (2019 Revision) (SIB Law), such as Cayman-incorporated investment managers and investment advisers, should note two recent regulatory changes that require action. AML/CFT reporting forms due by 15 […]

Cayman Islands Economic Substance Requirements – Funds and Fund Managers

By Nick Rogers The International Tax Co-operation (Economic Substance) Law, 2018 (ES Law) came into effect in the Cayman Islands on 1 January 2019, requiring in-scope entities that carry on particular activities to have demonstrable economic substance in Cayman. You can find Ogier’s overview of this legislation here. This briefing summarises the main elements of the […]

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E-disclosure is slowly gaining acceptance, but how big a difference will civil litigation reforms make? Q: The SFO has chosen to use its own team of junior barristers for the e-disclosure exercise in the Tchenguiz case, arguing the issues are too complex for an LPO provider. Do you think LPOs will ever be able to grapple […]

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In Payam Tamiz v Google Inc, a case that considered an internet service provider’s (ISP’s) liability for potentially defamatory comments posted on a blog, the Court of Appeal has delivered a judgment that gives rise to real concerns for blogging platform providers. The defendant, Google Inc (based in the US), operated a blogging platform. In […]

Wayne Nash joins Shoosmiths’ Manchester real-estate litigation team

Shoosmiths has hired a new partner to head its Manchester property litigation team. Wayne Nash advises private and public sector clients on real-estate litigation matters, including enforcement action against defaulting tenants, retail administrations, strategic portfolio management and dilapidations claims. He also has experience in real estate, corporate restructuring and debt. Nash joins from Pannone, where […]

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