Cayman Islands Funds and Regulatory Update: Q1 2021

The first quarter of 2021 saw a continuing refinement of the various laws and regulations which were enacted in the Cayman Islands during 2020 via anticipated supplements and guidance, a trend which we noted in our previous quarterly briefing.

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As financial support is withdrawn, restructuring, insolvency and corporate recovery practitioners will likely see a spike in activity, and offshore firms in the Channel Islands are braced for an increase in demand from clients.

Appealing civil judgments in Guernsey

This snapshot outlines the process and grounds upon which an appeal can be made in respect of a civil judgment by the Royal Court of Guernsey. It also mentions recent developments in appealing judgments of the Guernsey Court of Appeal to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.

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This report sets out our Lex Mundi member firms’ insights and predictions for 2021 in respect of mergers and acquisitions, including key concerns facing private company M&A practitioners, deal activity by market segment and sector, in their respective jurisdictions.

Employee ownership Q&A: Aardman Animations

In this employee ownership Q&A series, we will be talking to former business owners about their experience of converting to employee-owned businesses, and what this has meant for workers, their mission, and their impact in their local community.

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In this series of sessions we look at the importance of connectivity in the context of new developments and touch on some of the key issues that social housing providers need to consider.

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