Fast, effective solutions.
Our fast-growing funds practice is built on delivering bespoke and commercial advice on all areas of fund establishment and regulation. We can help our clients find the right structure and the right level of regulation to meet their commercial needs. We value simplicity, but have an individualised approach and provide flexible solutions to help our clients focus on what matters to them.
Our team advises on the establishment and ongoing regulation of Guernsey-domiciled open and closed ended funds whether they be structured as companies (including protected cell companies), limited partnerships or trusts.
We advise on a full range of asset classes, including real estate and debt for private equity funds, venture capital funds, infrastructure funds and property funds.
- Structuring funds
- Advising on regulatory regime
- Fund formation
- Ongoing regulation and compliance
- Advice on offering documents, investment management agreements etc.
- Fund finance
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Migration between domiciles
- Expert input on fund disputes
- Advising, establishing and listing a debt fund providing finance to private equity funds.
- Advising on the establishment and operation of a UK real estate fund.
- Advising on the establishment of a private equity fund investing in the tech sector.
- Advising on the establishment of £125m litigation fund.
- Advising on and structuring $250m mezzanine finance to a US hedge fund.
- Assisting in the set up a $42m private equity fund investing in the European market.
- Advising on a £250m IPO for a leading private equity investor
- Advising an Islamic bank in relation to MENA real estate funds with an aggregate fund raise of US$2bn.
- Setting up a listed private equity fund investing in financial services businesses.
- Structuring and implementing a listed debt structure providing finance for UK property market.
- .Structuring and advising on complex regulatory issues in relation to a UK health care finance fund.
- Advising on regulatory and corporate matters on a £200m disposal by an open-ended collective investment scheme.