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  • Carey Olsen hires aviation finance partner

    October 4, 2018
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    Offshore law firm Carey Olsen has appointed corporate and finance lawyer Richard Munden as a partner in its Cayman Islands office. Mr. Munden advises on corporate and finance transactions with particular expertise in aviation finance and other asset finance matters including asset-backed securitizations. He also specializes in financing for hedge funds and private equity funds, debt capital market transactions,...

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  • GRADA and Ronco partner in securitized token offering

    October 4, 2018
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    Cayman Islands-based technology companies and service providers Global Risk and Data Authority and Ronco Metrics have partnered on a project recently awarded to Ronco to launch an asset-backed securitized token offering (STO). An STO is the design and launch of a cryptocurrency token representing a real, operating business, backed by real assets. The project involves the tokenization of dry...

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  • APPLEBY PROMOTES THREE IN CAYMAN DISPUTES TEAM

    October 4, 2018
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    Appleby is delighted to announce three promotions in its Cayman Islands Dispute Resolution department. Sebastian Said has been promoted to Partner, Anna Snead to Counsel and Jeremy Snead to Counsel.   Peter McMaster QC, Local Practice Group Head, Dispute Resolution, Cayman Islands said, “I would like to congratulate Sebastian, Anna and Jeremy on their appointments, which are well deserved and...

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  • Carey Olsen hires Cayman Partner

    October 3, 2018
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      Offshore law firm Carey Olsen has appointed corporate and finance lawyer Richard Munden as a Partner in its Cayman Islands office. Richard advises on a wide range of corporate and finance transactions, particularly in aviation and other asset finance matters, including asset-backed securitisations. He also specialises in financing for hedge funds and private equity funds, debt capital market...

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  • Anti-money laundering officer and related deadlines pushed back

    October 3, 2018
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    The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority has announced that regulated funds have until Dec. 31 to notify the regulator of the appointment of anti-money laundering officers, and unregulated funds have until the same date to make their AML officer appointments. Regulated funds were still required to appoint an anti-money laundering compliance officer, money laundering reporting officer and deputy money laundering...

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