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11 Sep 2018
Maples and Calder is pleased to announce the opening of its newest office, located in Jersey. In response to client demand, the group now provides Jersey legal services in the corporate, finance and investment funds areas as well as listing agent services for the listing of securities on The International Stock Exchange ("TISE") in the Channel Islands.
11 Sep 2018
The settlement if a recent financial services regulatory enforcement action by the Central Bank of Ireland highlights the interconnectedness of regulatory breaches. In brief, a failure of controls and policies can create a domino effect which triggers liabilities under the anti-money laundering/counter terrorist financing (AML/CTF) regime, client asset requirements and a finding that key frontline personnel are not fit and proper for their role.
6 Sep 2018
John Breslin and David Burke provide an overview of the corporate lending market in Ireland, examining recent legal and regulatory developments and tax considerations.
Their contribution forms part of the fourth edition of The Lending and Secured Finance Review.
4 Sep 2018
Maples and Calder advised FNZ Group on the Cayman Islands legal aspects of the acquisition of European Bank for Financial Services GmbH (ebase) from comdirect bank AG. The transaction is still subject to the approval by the banking supervisory and antitrust authorities.
30 Aug 2018
In appointing restructuring provisional liquidators to the Cayman Islands incorporated company, CW Group Holdings Limited ("CW"), in the face of opposition from a creditor seeking a remedy that may have led to CW's liquidation, the Cayman Islands court has reinforced its reputation in (i) putting company rescue first and (ii) seeking to ensure that returns to creditors are maximised. A significant step has also been taken in applying a more commercial and pragmatic reality to the question of officeholder independence.