The investments funds team advises on the full spectrum of fund structures and strategies, including: hedge, private equity, real estate, infrastructure, energy, credit, debt, venture capital, crypto currency, hybrid, impact and socially responsible investing. We provide clients with innovative solutions to all manner of legal requirements, to meet each client's distinct set of regulatory and commercial demands. Supported by our experienced colleagues in our corporate, finance, banking, fund finance and dispute resolution teams, we can provide a holistic service for every possible investment fund client need.
Our services include advising on structuring and supporting fund formation, including the provision of registered office and company secretarial services to investment managers, ancillary services such as AML officer services and FATCA/CRS compliance matters, establishment of corporate fund vehicles, general partners, limited partnerships carry and special purpose vehicles, and advising on regulations (including fund licensing and automatic exchange of information, corporate governance and investor disputes).
We are in a unique position to be able to offer cross-jurisdictional advice covering each of BVI, Cayman, Guernsey, Irish, Jersey and Luxembourg laws and we have a thriving office in Hong Kong and unmatched insights into Asia through our Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo offices. Through our network of offices, we frequently advise clients in respect of complex multi-jurisdictional structures.
Ogier is one of the few firms that had an established investment funds practice in place when the 2008 crisis hit, and we have advised clients through every conceivable market condition - throughout the full range of market-cycle events. Working closely with our insolvency and restructuring team, we have extensive experience advising on winding-up arrangements (both contentious and non-contentious), including: redemption arrangements, liquidity constraints, illiquid asset disposals, suspensions, investor disputes and solvent and insolvent terminations.