A firm of Cayman Islands Corporate Attorneys
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Suite 329, 10 Market Street, Camana Bay
George Town, Cayman Islands
Mailing Address: Suite 329, 10 Market Street, Camana Bay, George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Telephone: +345 749 7591
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About this office:
Loeb Smith is a Cayman Islands law firm specialising in corporate and business matters with a wealth of experience of advising on the Cayman law aspects of international corporate, investment and finance transactions. Our attorneys provide expert advice and guidance on Cayman Islands law relating to the formation and launch of investment funds (hedge funds, private equity funds, real estate funds, and other asset classes), mergers and acquisitions utilizing the Cayman Islands merger law regime, company formations, company migration to and from the Cayman Islands, asset protection, debtor/creditor issues, class actions involving shareholders of Cayman companies, securities law, private equity transactions involving Cayman companies and/or partnerships, corporate governance and public law, governance and risk, corporate banking law, financing and capital raising, asset finance, project finance, corporate services, liquidation services, regulatory compliance, corporate insolvency and restructurings.
We provide a Partner led service to our clients who continue to retain and recommend our services as a result of our creative solutions to their business issues. Our Partners have all worked at other larger UK and Cayman Islands law firms where they advised on a full range of international corporate and finance transactions and consequently developed a wealth of experience in these areas. We offer potential clients the same resources as many larger firms, but we also provide the added value of more focus and more attention to each client's business issues and work closely with each client in a professional and responsive way to formulate strategies and solutions for these issues.
Our clients (which include companies, fund managers, in-house counsels, financial institutions, onshore counsels, and high net worth individuals) continue to retain our services as a result of our responsiveness, and our enthusiasm to work closely with them to deliver results that seek to maximize commercial advantage for them whilst minimizing their legal risk.
It is very important for us to act at all times to the highest standards of professional conduct and integrity. Our approach to our practice must reflect and does reflect our values. Our firm's vision is: "to provide advice and legal expertise at the highest level and to be a firm that is widely recognized as standing apart, for the quality of our advice and for our strong commitment to our clients.".
Statement of Practice Summary:
Business Formation; Corporate Law; Asset Protection; Investment Law; Securities Law; Contracts; Mergers and Acquisitions; Private Equity Transactions; Debtor and Creditor; Corporate Services; Liquidation Services; Corporate Insolvency and Restructurings; Finance - including Asset Finance and Project Finance; Banking; Business Regulation; Business Reorganization; Business Succession Planning; Business Transactions; Energy; Class Actions; Partnership Law; Regulatory Law.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
"Fair Value" in Merger Transactions: In re Integra Group
David Harby, October 20, 2015
On 28 August 2015, Jones, J., gave the first Judgment in the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands on the meaning of “fair value” in merger transactions pursuant to s. 238(1) of the Companies Law (2013 Revision) (the “Law”).
Mareva or Freezing Injunctions in the Cayman Islands
David Harby, September 28, 2015, previously published by www.loebsmith.com/news
on Autumn 2015
A mareva or freezing injunction is an interim court order, restraining a party from dealing with, or removing, assets from the jurisdiction. Such an order is normally applied for on an ex parte basis (or without notice to the respondent) in order to avoid the risk of the dissipation of the assets...