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Ogier

2-4 RUE EUGÈNE RUPPERT, BP 2078, 1020 LUXEMBOURG
Tel:
Work +352 27 12 20 00
Fax:
Fax +352 27 12 20 01
Email:
Web:
www.ogier.com
Grand Cayman, Hong Kong, London, Luxembourg, Shanghai, St Helier and 3 more

Daniel Richards

Tel:
Work +352 2712 2011
Email:
Ogier

Work Department

Corporate and Commercial, Banking and Finance

Position

Daniel Richards is a partner in the Ogier group, practising Luxembourg and Jersey law. As a Luxembourg Advocate, Jersey Advocate and English Solicitor, Daniel's practice is focused on Luxembourg and Jersey investment funds and related portfolio transaction structuring. Daniel's multi-jurisdictional team provides full service advice through the life-cycle of structures for these client relationships from initial fund domicile/structuring advice, including on a comparitive basis, through to fund launch, followed by corporate, tax and acquisition finance work for funds' portfolio acquisition/holding structures to City of London client service standards.

Career

Trained Hogan Lovells, London; admitted England & Wales 1999; specialised in multi-jurisdictional business restructuring and insolvency; moved to Jersey, specialising in corporate and finance 2002; qualified Jersey 2005; joined Ogier 2005, specialising in investment funds; managing associate 2006; partner 2007 in Jersey; relocated to Luxembourg 2012; Luxembourg (List IV Advocate) 2012.

Languages

English, French, German.

Member

Luxembourg Bar, Law Society of Jersey; Law Society of England & Wales; Institute of Directors.

Education

Cambridge University (BA Hons law 2(1)); College of Law (LPD commendation).


Luxembourg

Banking, finance and capital markets

Within: Banking, finance and capital markets

Co-led by Fabien Debroise and Daniel RichardsOgier continues to pick up a significant amount of debt capital markets, leveraged and fund financing work.

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