Welcome to the latest Taking Stock, our sector-specific newsletter offering global perspectives and updates on the private equity market.
In this update, our team in Jersey looks at why an increasing number of private equity fund managers are making the jurisdiction their home. Tim Cone, from our Latin American practice team, looks at trends in the region, Cayman Islands partner Joanne Huckle discusses PE structuring, and Alexander Curry talks about the impact of inflation on infrastructure assets.
We also bring you news of our exciting merger with Dublin-based Leman Solicitors, resulting in a combined firm offering legal services to the Irish market. In addition, we celebrate our recent win at the Private Equity Wire Awards 2022, and recognition for five partners in the Top 50 Offshore Lawyers 2022 by Asia Business Law Journal.
To discuss any of the matters covered here, please get in touch with our team.
Ogier has been named Best Law Firm – Fund Domicile at the Private Equity Wire European Awards 2022.
An increasing number of private equity fund managers are establishing a physical presence in Jersey. In this briefing, we look at some of the reasons behind the trend.
Inflation in the UK is at a 40-year high, but what does this mean for the private equity industry and, specifically, infrastructure assets? Read the latest Q&A from partner Alexander Curry to find out more.
Investment funds partner Joanne Huckle discusses different structuring models for private equity firms, plus how they are adapting their strategies and planning for the future.
This briefing explains why Jersey companies, management and employee incentive plans (including EBTs) and TISE quoted Eurobonds have become integral components of the LBO and MBO transaction planning process.
Ogier has assisted five special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) out of the twelve in total which have submitted listing applications to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2022.
Ogier has announced it is joining forces with Dublin based commercial law firm Leman Solicitors LLP, resulting in a combined firm offering legal services to the Irish market.
Partner Tim Cone, from Ogier's Latin American practice team, explains the rationale for the use of Cayman Islands structures in the LatAm investment space, and discusses trends in the region.
Kate Hodson, Anthony Oakes, Nicholas Plowman and Nathan Powell, from the firm's Hong Kong office, and Ray Wearmouth from Ogier in the BVI have been included in Asia Business Law Journal's prestigious list of Top 50 Offshore Lawyers 2022.