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Appleby handles a range of matters including manager M&A, fund formations, restructurings and wind-downs. New partner Andrew Harding and associate Katherine Johnson advised Montreux Healthcare Fund on a restructuring. Andrew Harding and Simon Harding advised Dandara on the creation of six unit trusts aiming to develop residential property in northern England. Other clients include Peel Holdings and the CFB Convertibles Fund.

CainsTristan Head handles various mandates concerning both debt and equity capital markets. His recent work includes advising Norcon on a take-private, which involved a delisting from AIM, and Tullow Oil on a convertible bond offering, negotiating with the Isle of Man guarantors.

At DQ, senior associate Hazel Dawson handles a number of mandates, often relating to AIM listings. Highlights included advising OPG Power Ventures on a contemplated transition away from AIM towards a main market listing, and Andalas Energy & Power on a £2.6m share capital increase and AIM admission. In the investment fund space, Dawson advised Black Sea Property on a domiciliation to the Isle of Man from Jersey and listing on another exchange following the fund’s suspension from AIM.

At Simcocks, South African-qualified foreign lawyer Peter Chemaly advised Greenko Group on its delisting from AIM, and continues to advise various funds. Other clients include Redefine International.

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