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Understanding your liabilities as a Jersey Director

Description

This seminar forms part of the 2022 Jersey Directors' CPD Webinar Series. The series comprises 10 x 1-hour webinars, delivered by leading industry-expert speakers, covering a broad range of topical issues pertinent to Directors carrying out their duties effectively. 

Book the full series of ten webinars at a discounted price of £425 or book a selection of webinars at £55 per webinar.

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Jersey Series

 

 


Content

  • An overview of directors' duties in Jersey

  • The 'twilight zone' – key considerations when a business is experiencing financial distress

  • Reflective loss

  • Indemnification and exoneration

 

Speaker

Simon Hurry

Group Partner at Collas Crill

Simon Hurry  

Simon Hurry is a group partner in our dispute resolution practice in Jersey and leads our contentious insolvency and restructuring department. Simon is a Jersey advocate and specialises in high value commercial and trust litigation, enforcement and asset tracing and cross-border insolvency matters. He is able to draw on multi-jurisdictional litigation and alternative dispute resolution experience having spent a number of years in our Cayman Islands office.

 

 

Matt Gilley

Group Partner, Corporate, Finance & Funds at Collas Crill

Matt Gilley  

Matt is Group Partner of the Corporate, Finance and Funds team in the firm's Jersey office. Specialising in financing transactions for international banks, Matt has acted for a wide range of Jersey, UK and European financial institutions, senior and mezzanine lenders. He has particular expertise in the financing and structuring of commercial real estate transactions and loan portfolio sales and acquisitions, alongside experience in fund finance and general banking transactions. Matt also works on a broad range of corporate transactions, including establishing investment vehicles, particularly JPUTs, to acquire a range of assets including real estate, private M&A, group reorganisations and advising listed clients on general company law and corporate governance matters. He advises high net worth individuals and family offices on the reorganisation and redomiciliation of multi-jurisdictional holding structures as well as philanthropic transactions.

 

 

Suitable for

This webinar is suitable for all Directors, Non-Executive Directors and Board members.

 

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