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Ogier’s Fund Finance team has extensive experience in providing legal advice on all types of fund _finance transactions across all major _financial markets. We regularly provide advice on a range of fund _finance products, including: subscription and capital call facilities, NAV and hybrid credit facilities, GP and management lines of credit and fund of fund facilities. The global nature of our team gives us a broad and unique insight into the fund _finance market. This is a snapshot of our 2019.
- We acted on 245 fund finance deals in 2019
- We acted for 44 bank lenders on fund finance matters in 2019
- Ogier was named offshore law firm of the year 5 times in the last 12 months
CAYLUX in born
2019 saw the introduction of our CAYLUX fund _finance product
– this is a collaboration between our Cayman and Luxembourg
fund _finance teams specifically aimed at lenders and their counsel
active in the fund _finance space.
Our CAYLUX team can offer:
- Combined Cayman and Luxembourg legal advice for all types of fund finance transactions
- Luxembourg legal advice from Cayman and within US time zones
- Cayman legal advice within European time zones
Best in Class in the Channel Islands
Ogier is the leading adviser to banks and other financial institutions in the fund _finance market in the Channel Islands. We have a dedicated team of banking and _finance lawyers known for technical expertise, industry knowledge and responsiveness and consistently ranked in the top tier with three leading legal directories.
Hong Kong expertise
Our experienced fund _finance team in Asia has_a thriving Hong Kong o_ce and a presence in Shanghai and Tokyo. Its main focus is_acting for international and regional _financial institutions in this space. The team includes partners who have worked as lead counsel on some of the region’s most innovative fund _finance structures, such as the _first “umbrella” facility and one of the _first fund _finance facilities made available on a club/multi-bank basis.
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