In two or three sentences he'll tell you what you can and cannot do.
Very pleasant to deal with
Provides advice that is good, timely and comprehensive
Very knowledgeable and responsive
He is very accessible and always very quick to respond with helpful answers. He then follows this up with very detailed and substantive advice
He always has the information ready and available for us
Stephen Nelson is a trusted adviser on M&A, financing and regulatory compliance.
Sources highlight him as "very responsive and helpful," as well as "commercially minded and practical."
Steve is a partner practising in the investment funds and corporate & commercial departments. His practice is concentrated in investment funds and corporate finance. His clients include funds, investment managers, fund administrators, family offices, banks and financial houses, digital asset founders and digital asset funds, and early stage companies.
Steve regularly advises investment managers on fund formation, registration with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, and listing on the Cayman Islands Stock Exchange. He also has extensive experience in the financing of early stage technology companies including China-based VIEs, as well as in relation to the establishment and administration of investment funds structured as unit trusts, employee benefit trusts, pension trusts and securitisation trusts.
Prior to joining Collas Crill, Steve practiced in Canada with Blake Cassels & Graydon, and before that in the State of Kuwait with Al Sarraf & Al Ruwayeh (in association with Stephenson Harwood).
Chambers and Partners, in its 2019 Global Guide, has designated Steve as an "Up and Coming Lawyer" for Cayman in the field of Corporate & Finance Law.
Cayman Islands, 2007
Province of Manitoba, Canada, 2003 (not practising)
Province of Alberta, Canada, 2006 (not practising)
With a depth of multi-jurisdictional experience our offices in BVI, Cayman, Guernsey, Jersey, London and Singapore, we ensure that advice is provided in the context of other key global offshore centres and with a knowledge of the bigger, global picture. Our clients appreciate our pro-active attitude to providing sensible user-friendly advice, our accuracy and honesty in our approach to pricing matters, and our senior level involvement in all matters to ensure smooth progress and client satisfaction. In an increasingly complex, competitive and more tightly regulated market, we'll make sure your business or commercial venture reaches its full potential.Contact us //
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