Ogier names three new partners in Caymans and Luxembourg
Cross-border investment and law specialist Ogier has added three new partners to Caymans and Luxembourg operations.
Funds specialist Justin Savage has been promoted to partner in Ogier’s Cayman Investment Funds team and Cayman-based finance lawyer, Mark Santangeli, has also been made partner. They are joined by Luxembourg funds specialist Anne-Gaëlle Delabye, who has also been made partner.
Savage, pictured left, who joined Ogier in 2013, advises some of the firm’s largest investment fund clients on the full life-cycle of open-ended and closed-ended investment funds and private equity structures.
Santangeli, pictured left, has a wealth of experience in representing both borrowers and lenders – including major financial institutions, multilateral international financial institutions, private equity and hedge funds – in all types of lending products and works with cross-jurisdictional teams.
The company added that he worked notably on a recent transaction in which a team from Ogier’s Cayman and Jersey offices advised on the establishment of a Shariah-compliant investment structure.
Delabye, pictured below left, has been advising clients, mainly credit institutions and major international asset managers, on the structuring, formation and reorganisation of Luxembourg regulated and unregulated investment vehicles for more than 12 years.
Having spent time living in Hong Kong, she also good knowledge of the Chinese market and will speak at a forthcoming Hong Kong seminar where the panel will consider “Luxembourg alternative investment funds for Asian initiators – a practical guide”.
Ogier provides advice on the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Jersey and Luxembourg law through our network of offices that also includes Hong Kong, Shanghai and Tokyo.