Developed in-house and tailored to client needs, eServices is the Maples Group’s secure, web based portal from which clients can view and manage their entity information and corporate records. This centralised platform allows for the consolidation of data across multiple entities, granting clients on-demand access to core entity information including:
- Core entity information including the capital structure;
- Registers of directors, officers, managers;
- Constitutional documents including bylaws, operating agreements, memorandum and articles of association and partnership agreements;
- Minute book documents including certificates, resolutions and board and shareholder minutes; and
- The Maples Group billing information either on a “per entity” or consolidated basis.
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Maples and Calder, the Maples Group’s law firm, was pleased to advise the 10.5% noteholder of the Seven Energy Group in relation to the 2019 Seven Energy debt restructuring. A complex and noteworthy matter, the transaction received recognition at the IFLR Sub-Saharan Africa Awards, winning Restructuring Deal of the Year 2020.
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