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Remote court hearings in the Cayman Islands: from moot to mute

Remote Court hearings by video-link have now become common in the Cayman Islands, especially during Covid-19 lockdown. Alex Potts QC and Róisín Liddy-Murphy of Conyers discuss some of the pros and cons, and public policy concerns, associated with online justice in offshore jurisdictions.

The Cayman Islands private funds law: a pre-summer holiday lender checklist

With Q2 shortly coming to a close it’s almost time to think about summer holidays but, before powering down their computers and heading to the beach (or back garden!) lenders will want to keep in mind the 7 August 2020 registration deadline for private funds falling within the scope of the Cayman Islands Private Funds Law 2020.

Granting of guarantees by British Virgin Islands companies

Corporate guarantees are commonly provided by British Virgin Islands (BVI) companies. The BVI statutory regime makes the provision of such guarantees simple and efficient. Corporate guarantees should therefore generally be considered by lenders when structuring security packages involving BVI companies.

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