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Conyers launches Funds eTool

Africa Global Funds
Jan. 10, 2018, 5:26 p.m.

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Conyers Dill & Pearman, an international law firm, has launched an innovative Funds eTool, a first of its kind tool for offshore investment funds.

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Conyers Dill & Pearman, an international law firm, has launched an innovative Funds eTool, a first of its kind tool for offshore investment funds.

The Funds eTool removes the complexity of having to navigate through endless amounts of information online. 

The tool draws on Conyers’ extensive experience and knowledge in the global funds market. 

By answering a few short questions, users will be provided with a suggested fund option in minutes.

“We are pleased to offer this value-add product to the market. With various options and structures available in the Cayman Islands, it is important to establish the appropriate fund for the situation. Through the introduction of our intuitive Funds eTool, we can now better service our clients and their specific needs”, said Piers Alexander, Partner, Hong Kong office.

As the leading domicile for investment funds, the Cayman Islands attracts 80% of all new offshore fund formations. 

Conyers’ lawyers advise on fund formation and structuring in the Cayman Islands, including constitutional and contractual documentation, incorporation, registered office and administration services, regulation and compliance, as well as restructuring and winding up funds.

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