Our sector-specific newsletter demonstrates the breadth of Ogier's work and current trends in the Private Equity market – which this month includes European SPACs, CGT, Japanese institutional investors and more.
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Putting Cayman on the map for Japanese institutional investors
"Driven by a thirst for higher-yielding assets, it seems Japanese institutional investors are turning to US managers to assist them develop an international, diversified portfolio." says Joanne Huckle
Richard Daggett asks: If SPACs are one of the standout successes of 2020, why is such success limited to the west side of the Atlantic Ocean and not being replicated in the UK?
Ogier has assisted Bristows LLP, representing Waterland Private Equity Investments, in their £1.1billion acquisition of the Priory Group from Acadia Healthcare Company. The deal is the latest in Ogier's work with significant private equity clients in relation to their acquisition structures. Ogier advised on the Jersey corporate and finance aspects of the acquisition.
Anne-Gaelle Delabye explores how parallel investment funds have increasingly become a preferred structure for sophisticated private equity fund managers seeking to access capital with multi-jurisdictional solutions.
Richard Doyle looks at the Office of Tax Simplification report recommendation that capital gains tax rates in the UK be more closely aligned with income tax rates and the potential implications of such changes for private equity structures and M&A activity.
Jersey is seeing a spike in private equity fund managers establishing a physical presence in the island. Emily Haithwaite explores the trend.
As investment flows between Guernsey and the United States continue to grow, Craig Cordle believes that Guernsey's private equity regime provides the perfect conditions for managers and their investors.