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Cayman Islands private funds law – change to definition of ‘private fund’

The Private Funds (Amendment) Law, 2020 came into effect on 7 July 2020 and serves to clarify the types of investment vehicles which will be required to register with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) by a deadline of 7 August 2020 pursuant to the Private Funds Law.The Private Funds (Amendment) Law, 2020 came into effect on 7 July 2020 and serves to clarify the types of investment vehicles which will be required to register with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) by a deadline of 7 August 2020 pursuant to the Private Funds Law.

Cayman privatizations back in vogue

By David Lamb David Lamb explains how short-form mergers are an attractive route for buy-sides to eliminate the tail-end price risk associated with buying out dissentient minority shareholders, which would potentially make the pricing for the privatization unrealistic. This article was originally published on China Business Law Journal. Click below to access the full article.

Channel Islands Funds Quarterly Update: Q2 2020

Contents: 1 Developments in the Channel Islands 1.1 Mandatory Disclosure Rules 2 Jersey developments 2.1 Deadline for submission of JPF annual compliance return extended 2.2 Outsourcing Notifications to be submitted online 2.3 JFSC consultation on changes to fund fee rates 2.4 JFSC Annual Report 2019 published 2.5 Migration of foreign limited partnerships into Jersey 2.6 […]

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Law Soc pre-empts 'useless' claims with communications shake-up

A LAW Society shake-up to improve links with the profession coincides with a Welsh assault on its communications department. The department has been described as a “useless administrative wart” by one disgruntled public relations officer. The Associated Law Societies of Wales has passed resolutions calling for the “curtailment” of centralised public relations activities and the […]

Take the tax advantage

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Law Shop exceeds its own targets

THE ACTON Law Shop, the first self-funding law centre partially supported by firms ranging from Clifford Chance to Bindman & Co, celebrates a successful first year this week. Begun in May 1994, the Law Shop is a charity hybrid of a legal aid firm and a law centre. It employs lawyers and advice workers to […]

Litigation Writs 09/05/95

An East Sussex jeweller who designed and made a £160,000 golden gun encrusted with diamonds is being sued by a company which invested money in the gun. Goldsmith Edward Evans made the unique Colt .45 pistol with gold and diamond fittings, and sold a one third share in it to jewellery consultants Grant Walker for […]

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