2019 Guernsey Funds CPD Seminar Series – Implications of substance requirements for the funds industry

Professional Development

Overview

This seminar forms part of the 2019 Guernsey Funds CPD Seminar Series – a series of 10 CPD seminars, which take place once a month.

The 2019 Guernsey Funds CPD Seminar Series provides essential updates for those working in the funds sector, delivered by industry recognised experts. This series will comprise 10 monthly seminars of 60 minutes, inclusive of a 15-minute Q&A, covering a wide range of topics.

Book the full series

14 Mar 2019 - 12 Dec 2019

Suitable For

All financial services professionals, in specific those working within the funds sector.

13 Jun 2019
1 CPD hours
1 hour
Guernsey

2019 Guernsey Funds CPD Seminar Series – Implications of substance requirements for the funds industry

Date: 13 Jun 2019
Time: 13:00 - 14:00

Cost: GBP 55

GENERAL INFORMATION

Timings: 13:00-14:00 (Registration from 12:45)
Venue: The Dorey Room – St James Concert and Assembly Hall

BENEFITS

  • Hard copies of speakers’ notes/slides are provided – subject to availability
  • Certificates of attendance are provided
  • Refreshments are provided
  • 1 hour of CPD

SPEAKER:

Chris Hutley-Hurst, Senior Associate at Carey Olsen

Chris advises on a wide range of corporate, private equity, fund and listing matters for clients which include financial institutions and local businesses, as well as leading law firms based in London and elsewhere.

Prior to moving to Guernsey Chris practised as a tax lawyer in London for a number of years. Chris has significant experience in advising multinational corporates and financial institutions on international tax matters, including OECD proposals on base erosion and profit shifting, substance, FATCA and the Common Reporting Standard.

Career

Chris joined Carey Olsen in September 2014 having previously worked in the London office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (UK) LLP, and the London and New York offices of Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton LLP. Chris is qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales (currently non-practising).