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Fund structuring: Fundamentals of fund formation in foreign jurisdictions

January 10 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Grant Thornton CPE Webinars

Participants of the live webinar will be eligible for 1 free CPE credit.

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Program Content: A panel of subject matter specialists will discuss and detail critical considerations in international fundraising and fund formation, including notable challenges, opportunities, and regulatory requirements to incorporating and structuring funds in the Cayman Islands, Bermuda, Ireland, and Luxembourg.

Learning objectives

  • Identify key requirements of fund structuring in each jurisdiction, including ongoing reporting requiremnts
  • Explain the breadth of existing funds structured in each jurisdiction
  • Define the risk of regulatory changes
  • Identify common disadvantages of each jurisdiction


  • Mehdi Mansoury, Partner, Grant Thornton Luxembourg
  • Brian O’Sullivan, Partner, Grant Thornton Ireland
  • Sarah Demerling, Partner, Walkers (Bermuda) Limited
  • Keisha James, Director, Grant Thornton Cayman Islands
  • Ewan McGill, Director, Grant Thornton Cayman Islands
  • Moderator: Carney Au Yeung, Partner, Grant Thornton LLP
  • Moderator: Eric Elberg, Senior Manager, Grant Thornton LLP

Recommended Field of Study: Business Management and Organization
Program Level: Overview
Prerequisite: N/A
Delivery Method: Group – Internet

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