Lawyers recommend Guernsey’s legal environment for alternatives

Channel Islands: Surviving and thriving (supplement August 2010)


Where funds are structured and domiciled, law firms will thrive. That has certainly been the case in Guernsey, which boasts a number of growing and internationally recognised legal practices.

Despite the effect of the financial crisis on hedge funds in the past two years, Guernsey’s law firms report continued strong activity with other work keeping them busy.

At Carey Olsen funds partner Ben Morgan reports “quite a bit” of restructuring and refinancing work during the past three years for existing

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