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Broad funds practice frequently engaged by asset management clients to advise on the authorisation, listing and regulatory maintenance of registered funds. Provides particular expertise with regard to unit trusts and mutual funds. Extensive offshore experience covering formation, structuring and management, and also well versed in advising on cross-border mandates. Active counsel on hedge and hybrid fund formations and increasingly involved in the private equity sphere.
The team's ability to tailor services to the mandate is often recognised by clients, who observe that the team "has proven itself to be flexible and to have the experience to provide customised solutions to its clients."
A client appreciates that the team "have a strong reputation among fund managers, a leading regulatory practice and a good sense of the issues that are important to clients. We also like that they can handle projects across a variety of jurisdictions."
Another market source notes that they "represents their clients in every phase of a fund’s life-cycle. They know the market well. We can always get fully informed advice on both legal requirements and commercial implications."
One client also appreciates the team's up-to-date knowledge of fund regimes, noting the value of "its insight into the latest regulation frameworks."
Represented Apeiron on the restructuring of the Apeiron Global Opportunities Fund from a standalone corporate fund into a master-feeder structure.
Assisted Primavera Capital in the formation USD3.4 billion private credit fund Primavera Capital Fund III.
Hong Kong-based Michael Wong and Singapore-based Dean Collins are the key contacts.
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