Taking Stock, our sector-specific newsletter, offers fresh perspectives and updates on the private equity market.
This month, Ogier's Private Equity team looks at the thriving PE market in Jersey, and explores global trends in the leveraged loan market. We review the latest fund finance developments in the Cayman Islands and Luxembourg, and discuss regulatory and change of control support in downstream acquisitions.
Also, with leading PE firms looking towards deeper incorporation of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into their firms' portfolio playbooks, find out how Ogier Global's Sustainable Investment Consulting is helping PE funds identify where they sit on the ESG and impact spectrum.
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Private equity together with venture capital, hedge funds, real estate, infrastructure and debt funds, account for 89% of total funds serviced in Jersey - so why are private equity and alternatives thriving in the jurisdiction? Emily Haithwaite, Sophie Reguengo and Niamh Lalor explain.
In this update, our Banking and Finance team discuss trends and the current market outlook for leveraged loan activity in each of the Asia Pacific, European and North American regions.
With fund structures increasingly including both Cayman and Luxembourg funds, Ogier's CAYLUX fund finance service line works with clients involved in subscription financing transactions requiring both Cayman and Luxembourg legal advice. Catharina von Finkenhagen, Jad Nadar, James Heinicke and Mark Santangeli explain more.
Ogier Global's Sustainable Investment Consulting helps PE funds identify where they sit on the ESG and impact spectrum.
Ogier has extensive experience in advising on setting up Cayman and BVI SPACs, including acting for PE firms. In this briefing, Michael Killlourhy, Michael Robinson and Angus Davison explain why these jurisidictions are proving popular.
Ogier's private equity team provides regulatory and change of control support in downstream acquisitions and exits in the financial services and fintech sectors.
Cayman Islands exempted limited partnerships (ELPs) remain one of the most widely used vehicles selected by fund sponsors setting up private equity and real estate structures, tax transparent master funds and single investor vehicles. This article by Jennifer Fox considers the rights often available to a limited partner to obtain redress in the face of mismanagement of an ELP.
Ogier in Guernsey has advised private equity firm Disruptive Capital on the establishment and listing on Euronext Amsterdam of Disruptive Capital Acquisition Company Limited, a Guernsey incorporated special purpose acquisition company (SPAC).