The appointment of a specialist third party to support the liquidation process ensures that the wind down of an entity will be handled objectively, transparently and in accordance with all local statutory requirements. The Maples Group’s team of dedicated and experienced individuals focuses solely on providing voluntary liquidation and dissolution services to investment funds and structured finance vehicles. Backed by an extensive operational and support network, as well as the expertise of accounting, compliance, information technology and legal professionals, we have developed best practice procedures and enjoy a reputation as the market leader in this space.
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Our Asset Finance, Banking and Corporate teams have been awarded three Finance Dublin Deals of the Year.
31 May 2019Read more
The Maples Group has announced the appointment of Edwin Parker as Director of Business Development for the fund services business in Europe.
16 May 2019Read more
Mr. Gerhard H. A. Wallbank and Mr. Adrian Jack were appointed as High Court Judges of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court Commercial Division in the British Virgin Islands.
10 May 2019Read more
The Maples Group's global Asset Finance team has been recognised at the 2019 Airfinance Journal Awards for its involvement in four award-winning Deals of the Year.
03 May 2019Read more
The Maples Group has continued its recent wave of expansion with the appointment of two highly experienced professionals to its global team. Benoit (Ben) Sansoucy and Colin Nestor will both serve as independent directors, based in the Cayman Islands, providing specialist fiduciary services to a broad range of alternative investment vehicles.
10 Apr 2019Read more
Maples Group's legal services team successfully defend an appeal brought before the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.
08 Apr 2019Read more