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Bergstrom joined Ogier’s Cayman office in 1991 and became a Partner in 1998. He has previously also worked in Ogier’s Hong Kong office.  His practice focuses on the establishment of offshore hedge funds and private equity funds for a range of investment managers and financial institutions. He also has extensive experience in all types of general corporate and […]

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