TERAM Capital SA, an independent alternative investment company, has been authorised by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) as an authorised asset manager of collective investment schemes.
Legal & Regulation
A successful and long-established insurance recovery practice, led by policyholder advocate Robin Cohen, is launching its own law firm.
Irish Funds has welcomed completion of a key financial services bill that has been in the works for over five years and is expected to create 3,000 jobs by 2025 while attracting up to EUR20 billion per annum in global private capital.
By Sam Sturrock (pictured) & Paul Monahan – As frequent advisers on Jersey fund start ups, Collas Crill are often involved in preliminary structuring discussions with new fund managers and sponsors.
By Chris Griffin (pictured) & Robert Milner – Recently, the unprecedented combination of Brexit and Covid-19 has generated a sharp rise in the number of fund managers contemplating a move to Jersey. In this article, Chris Griffin and Robert Milner, funds partners in the Jersey office of leading offshore firm Carey Olsen, explore the reasons behind the increase in interest.
By Joe Moynihan, CEO, Jersey Finance – Rafts of global regulatory initiatives are continuing to challenge traditional fund structuring models and make the fund domiciliation picture far more complex, with investor buy-in becoming absolutely vital.
By Nicholas d’Adhemar (pictured), founder and CEO of Apperio – Private equity CFOs are spending more time on strategic tasks outside of the traditional financial role and to the benefit of their firms.
The International Accounting Standards Board (Board) has launched a public consultation on possible new accounting requirements for mergers and acquisitions involving companies within the same group – business combinations under common control.
By Jeffrey Kirk and Simon Gray – Ever innovative and commercially minded, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) has recently introduced a new regulatory regime for private equity, venture capital and other closed-ended funds – adding to its already well established, cost effective and popular stable of incubator funds and approved funds.
High set up costs could stymie the fortunes of emerging and start up managers before they even make their first step. Malta offers such organisations the opportunity to set up their business in a low-cost jurisdiction while taking advantage of the high touch service they would benefit from due to the size of the industry.