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AIFMD – The impact on Bermuda

28 January 2016 by Sharon Beesley

Sharon Beesley director at BeesMont Law in Hamilton looks at the impact of the Alternative Investment Fund Manager’s Directive (AIFMD) on Bermuda funds and managers

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Update | good news for business in Africa: COMESA merger regime monetary thresholds established and filing fees lowered

14 August 2015 by HB Senekal and Lameez Mayet

HB Senekal and Lameez Mayet of ENSafrica look at COMESA merger regime monetary thresholds

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South Africa: Bowmans expands into Namibia

04 March 2024 by Bowmans - South Africa

Leading African law firm, Bowmans, is expanding once again, this time into Namibia.The firm has announced that it will join forces with Koep & Partners (Koep) from 1 March 2024, to establish a presence in Namibia, which is on the cusp of significant growth

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South Africa: Litigation specialist joins Bowmans in Cape Town

07 February 2023 by Bowmans

Leading African law firm Bowmans has expanded its litigation capabilities in Cape Town by appointing well-respected litigation lawyer, Lucien Lewin, as a partner.

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The Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards – A Bird’s Eye View from Mauritius

11 December 2022 by Moorari Gujadhur | Vithil Dabee

Until 1996, the enforcement of arbitral awards in Mauritius was governed by the Mauritian Code de Procédure Civile. This was a rather old-fashioned regime based on French law and adopted in 1808 and had not been amended to cater for the realities of the modern commercial world. In 1996 Mauritius ratified The Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, also known as the “New York Convention”.

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Mauritius: BLCR Deal Alert

30 November 2022 by BLC Robert & Associates

BLC Robert & Associates advised the co-mandated lead arrangers (MCB Financial Advisers and Société Générale Côte D’Ivoire) in relation to the EUR 135,000,000 debt financing for the acquisition of the current distributor of Caterpillar equipment, operating in 11 West African countries.

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Mauritius - Guide to Mauritius Limited Partnerships

11 September 2022 by Moorari Gujadhur | Vithil Dabee

The Limited Partnerships Act 2011 of Mauritius (the “LP Act”) came into force on 15 December 2011 and introduced a new legal entity – the limited partnership - to the panoply of vehicles through which business can be carried out in the Mauritius International Financial Centre. The introduction of the new Mauritius Limited Partnership makes available a recognisable and flexible vehicle to US and European private equity funds which use Mauritius as a portal to access the investment opportunities of the African and Asian markets. The availability of the Mauritius Limited Partnership thus consolidates Mauritius’ position as an international financial centre of choice.

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Recognition and Enforceability of Close-out Netting and Set-off Provisions under Mauritian Law

11 September 2022 by Moorari Gujadhur | Vithil Dabee

The Mauritian Parliament undertook an overhaul of the insolvency regime in 2009 by passing the Insolvency Act No. 3 of 2009 (the “Insolvency Act”). The model upon which the netting arrangements have been enacted under the Insolvency Act is based on the 2006 Model Netting Act by the International Swaps and Derivatives Association.

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Non-resident tax on Mauritius-source income

09 September 2022 by Ammar Oozeer, Senior Associate and Yashna Munbauhal, Associate, BLC Robert & Associates

Non-residents are generally liable to tax in Mauritius in respect of their Mauritius-source income. Section 74(1) of the Income Tax Act (the “Act”) provides examples of streams of income considered to be derived from Mauritius.

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15 June 2022 by Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie

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