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Our investment fund team specialises in all aspects of investment funds law, and acts for a wide range of investors in, and mangers of, funds in various jurisdictions.

With increasing scrutiny of fund managers, and ever-changing and complex regulation imposed on funds, it is essential that those managing or investing in an investment fund receive up-to-date and extensive regulatory advice.

Our dedicated investment fund experts have advised clients on all aspects of UK and international financial services regulations, and have assisted in developing and structuring comprehensive compliance programs.

With considerable experience in regulatory and compliance matters, our tax and securities lawyers can assist in structuring tax-efficient structures that not only comply with the regulatory demands of multiple jurisdictions, but also mitigate your risk.

We have formed a diverse set of investment funds, including:

  • Hedge funds
  • Real estate funds
  • Private equity funds
  • Venture capital funds
  • Pan-European funds
  • US-registered investment companies
  • SBIC funds
  • Hybrid funds
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Call our London office on 020 7822 4000 or our Brighton office on 01273 838734. You can also contact us online.
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    12th March 2019

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  • Executive Pay Ratio Reporting

    5th February 2019

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  • Confidential Information Leak Stopped By Injunction

    19th November 2018

    One of the biggest dangers when a senior employee leaves an organisation is the ease with which they can spirit away confidential information of importance to the business. Data is a critical asset for many businesses, and along with the sanctions which may be available under the Data Protection Act 2018, there are other weapons that can be deployed to prevent it leaking. One of these is having in place the right terms and conditions of employment. Continue reading »

  • Modern Slavery Compliance Regime To Be Tightened Up

    13th November 2018

    There are estimated to be more than 40 million people who are victims of ‘modern slavery’ at any given time. A quarter of them are children, and the number of victims in the UK was estimated to be between 10,000 and 13,000 in 2013, although the National Crime Agency has found this to be only the ‘tip of the iceberg’, with the true figure being substantially higher. Continue reading »

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  • Healys is attending MIPIM, Will you be there?

    7th February 2019

    The 30th anniversary of MIPIM is just around the corner, and once again Healys will be attending. This year our team will be joining the Egypt Delegation, and will be based in The Palais Des Festivals. Held between the 12th and the 15th of March in Cannes, MIPIM is the largest real estate networking event in the property calendar. This year there are expected to be 24,000 delegates from over 100 countries, and three distinct teams from Healys will be attending the 4 day event. Continue reading »