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Ted Craig

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MJ Hudson

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Private Funds / Secondaries


Partner - Head of Private Funds


Ted heads MJ Hudson | Law’s Secondaries practice and advises clients on all aspects of private fund secondary transactions, including indirect portfolio acquisitions and disposals, secondary directs, leveraged secondaries and fund restructurings and other liquidity solutions. Ted also has a broad private fund formation practice, acting for fund managers and investors both. Ted is a celebrated lawyer, having been listed in PFM’s 30 Under 40 for 2017, where he was praised for his “industry expertise, pragmatism and perseverance”.

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    In recent years, the country ́s the government has been committed to improving Taxation in Nicaragua and attempting to follow the legislative model used by some of the other countries in the region. Starting January 1st, 2013, a new tax law (Law No. 822, Tax Concertation Law) came into force in and completely changed the taxation system in Nicaragua. Two years later a new law was issued by the National Assembly containing more than 80 amendments, additions and repeals (Law No 891) which came into force December 18th, 2014.