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Hedge Funds

Hedge Funds
Jurisdictional Comparisons
2nd Edition
Series:  The European Lawyer Ref Series
ISBN:  9780414031203
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
General Editor:Stephen Ball
Publication Date:  13 Dec 2013
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Hardback
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Hedge Funds is an essential guide that enables you to make quick comparisons between 46 international jurisdictions worldwide.
The new 2nd edition examines onshore and offshore regulations on a jurisdiction-by-jurisdiction basis.


Offshore Hedge Funds

  1. Regulation of Hedge Funds
  2. Taxation
  3. Funds Structures Commonly Used

Onshore Hedge Funds

  1. History of Hedge Funds
  2. Hedge Funds Today
  3. Regulatory and Political Developments
  4. Regulation of Onshore Managers/Investment Advisors
  5. Distribution of Hedge Funds
  6. Other Points


  1. Australia - Nikki Bentley & Greg Reinhardt, Henry Davis York
  2. Bermuda - Alex Erskine, Appleby (Bermuda) Limited
  3. British Virgin Islands - Matthew Feargrieve, Withers LLP
  4. Cayman Islands - Jo Cunningham & Tim Coak, Maples & Calder
  5. France - Vincent Maurel & Yves Robert, FIDAL
  6. Germany - Dr Alexandra Dreibus, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP    Dr Tillman Kempf, CMS Hasche Sigle  
  7. Gibraltar - Joey Garcia & Jonathan Garcia, ISOLAS
  8. Guernsey - Caroline Chan, Ogier
  9. Hong Kong - Jason Webber, Peter Lake & Ben Heron, Slaughter and May
  10. Israel - Norman Menachem Feder, Caspi & Co
  11. Italy - Francesco Di Carlo, Annunziata e Associati
  12. Jersey - Tim Morgan & Niamh Lalor, Ogier
  13. Luxembourg - Stéphane Ober & Marc Lenaers, Ober & Partners Avocats
  14. Malta - Andre Zerafa & Mario Zerafa, GANADO Advocates
  15. Mauritius - Malcolm Moller, Appleby
  16. Portugal - Pedro Simões Coelho, Ricardo Seabra Moura & Pedro Bizarro, Vieira De Almeida
  17. Republic of Ireland - Adam Donoghue, Ian Conlon & William Fogarty, Maples and Calder
  18. Seychelles - Malcolm Moller, Appleby
  19. Spain - Natalia López Condado & Roberto Grau, Clifford Chance
  20. Switzerland - Catrina Luchsinger Gaehwiler, Raffaele Rossetti, Ansgar Schott & Michael Fischer, FRORIEP
  21. UAE - Stuart Walker & Ronnie Dabbasi, Afridi & Angell
  22. United Kingdom - Matthew Feargrieve, Ceri Vokes & Kirsten Lapham, Withers LLP 
  23. United States of America  Kevin Scanlan, Dechert LLP

Stephen Ball, KPMG


The Firm:
KPMG is one of the largest professional services companies in the world and one of the Big Four auditors. Its global headquarters is located in Amstelveen, the Netherlands. KPMG employs over 152,000 people and has three lines of services: Audit, Tax, and Advisory. Its advisory services are further divided into three service groups - Management Consulting, Risk Consulting, and Transactions & Restructuring. For more information, see

General Editor:
Stephen Ball, KPMG


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