The Cayman Islands continues to be a jurisdiction of choice for the establishment of investment funds, portfolio investment companies and corporate vehicles,...
The statutory demand process is widely used by creditors seeking to secure payment of their debts.
From a Cayman Islands perspective, capital call or subscription line credit facilities generally follow a well-trodden path. This path allows the Cayman Islands aspects of such deals to be agreed and completed efficiently.
The Cayman Islands is a well-established insolvency jurisdiction under which all unsecured creditors in an insolvency proceeding must be treated pari passu; that is they share equally
The Cayman Islands has recently seen the passing of a number of laws to improve the Island's regulatory framework in support of the international financial system's integrity.
This memorandum examines the options available to the capital markets practitioner seeking to set up a multi-issuance structure in the Cayman Islands
In 2016, the EU capital markets seemed to consolidate the reinstatement of the marketplace from the post-Lehman international crisis.
Our Summer Bulletin informs you of a number of operational updates relevant to issuers of debt securities listed on the Irish Stock Exchange.
(ISE). In this edition we highlight the following key developments...
Eurobonds listed on the Cayman Islands Stock Exchange (the "CSX") now benefit from the quoted Eurobond exemption for withholding tax purposes.
The CLOser is the Maples group's industry newsletter for the global CLO market.
What fundamentals are driving the renewed interest in Islamic finance?
Nollaig Murphy, Andrew Quinn and Stephen McLoughlin recently participated in a Q&A focused on debt capital markets law in Ireland.
The CLOser is Maples and Calder's industry newsletter focused primarily on current Cayman Islands and Irish legal issues that are relevant to the CLO market.
Travers Thorp Alberga
With the growing recognition by various non-G7 governments that there are significant economic benefits to be gained by implementing effective governmental governance procedures and a system that is recognised by the international community as adhering to the law, cross-continental capital flows for investment and the creation of private wealth have increased significantly.
Cayman Islands Stock Exchange
The Cayman Islands Stock Exchange is much more than a mere ‘listing machine’ and is an integral part of the Cayman Islands success story. Its hi-tech low cost professional approach has seen impressive year on year growth since its beginnings in 1997. The initial surge of interest has yet to die down. With its current listings standing at over 1200 (January 2007), it has posted an impressive annual growth rate of over 20 per cent.
Cayman Islands Stock Exchange
The genesis for the Cayman Islands Stock Exchange (‘CSX’) was the Cayman Islands’ strength in the mutual fund and structured finance sectors. In fact, with over 8,000 mutual funds and 155 mutual funds administrators, the Cayman Islands dominate the offshore mutual fund industry.
The unfavourable issuing market is likely to mean that Q1 remains sluggish.
3 July 2016 will bring the introduction of a new market abuse regime across the EU, replacing the existing market abuse regime that has operated in Ireland for the last 11 years.
A team of our capital markets experts from across the globe recently attended SFIG Vegas 2018, the largest capital markets conference in the world.
Over a third (36%) of professional investors plan to increase their allocation to private debt in the next 12 months, according to a new study commissioned in Q4 2017 by Intertrust, a leading global provider of high-value trust, corporate and fund services.