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PERE fund domiciles and regulation report

By Elliot Refson Participants in PERE’s European regulation and domiciles roundtable, sponsored by Jersey Finance, discuss European managers’ efforts to avoid being engulfed by a rising tide of regulation. As the participants log in for the Europe roundtable discussion, one thing is certain – there is plenty of regulation to talk about. The years since the […]

Jersey’s global connections highlighted at inaugural webinar

The special ‘virtual’ one day event on Tuesday (September 22), which attracted an audience of more than 1,200 finance professionals, lawyers, business introducers and other key contacts, was designed to highlight Jersey’s strengths as an International Finance Centre, the role it can play in supporting global economies and the breadth of its services. At the […]

Jersey: The clear choice for family offices

By Robert Moore With a rich history and culture, Jersey is the Island home to a cosmopolitan community. From award-winning beaches, areas of outstanding natural beauty, to Michelin-starred restaurants – living in Jersey offers the perfect mix of business and pleasure. For families with children, Jersey has a top class education system, a comprehensive health service […]

Family office roundtable goes ‘Virtual’

By Robert Moore Originally due to be held in London as part of our five-part family office roundtable series, the virtual roundtable (held on 17 September) sought to gather the views of London and Jersey-based professionals on how family offices consider lifestyle, technology and infrastructure when it comes to choosing a jurisdiction. Read the key take-aways […]

Family office feature: In conversation with Ruben Sinha

By Robert Moore In conversation with Ruben Sinha (pictured) – a lawyer at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP) based in London – our UK Director, Robert Moore, discovers more about the impact of divorce proceedings on family offices. What impact can English divorce proceedings have on wealthy international families and are family offices prepared for this? […]

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Kirkland and Linklaters act on €17bn sale of Thyssenkrupp’s elevator business

Kirkland & Ellis and Linklaters have landed the lead roles on what is regarded as the largest buyout transaction done in Europe since the financial crisis. The US firm led for the consortium of private equity houses Advent International, Cinven and the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, which paid €17.2bn for Thyssenkrupp’s elevator business. This consortium […]


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Law firms are assessing whether to attend Mipim 2020 as the list of companies pulling out of the annual real estate conference rises over Coronavirus fears. Real estate lawyers have been talking with peers at other firms to gauge what they are doing and discuss the risks involved. Hogan Lovells will make a decision within […]


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Kennedys has launched a separate technology venture to sell digital products, as it eyes big profits in alternative streams of income. The new company, called Kennedys IQ, focuses exclusively on product development and aims to help clients deal with internal legal matters and insurance claims without the need to involve external lawyers. It will trade […]

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