Jennifer Eve is counsel and a member of the Funds and Investment Services team within the Corporate practice group. She practises in the area of company and commercial law, specialising in the formation and administration of corporate vehicles, including the incorporation of funds and the setting up of limited partnerships.
Jennifer specialises in structuring and formation of mutual funds, hedge funds, unit trusts, private equity, segregated account companies, master/feeder structures and ILS funds and has a dedicated focus in the area of limited partnerships.
In addition, Jennifer has extensive experience in the licensing and on-going regulation of Bermuda-based investment managers/advisers under the Investment Business Act and local fund administrators under the Investment Funds Act 2006. Jennifer provides advice on AML/ATF and corporate governance issues for licensed entities including reviewing and drafting of compliance related documents.
Jennifer was recognised by Legal 500 2018 in the Banking, Finance and Capital Markets and Corporate and Commercial categories.
Jennifer joined Appleby as a pupil in the Dispute Resolution department in November 2003.
- Legislative update: Investment Funds Act – The Royal Gazette, Legally Speaking – January 2019
- An overview of digital asset legislation – The Royal Gazette, Legally Speaking – June 2018
- Key Features of ILS Funds in Bermuda – Canadian Hedge Watch – December 2017
- SLiC International Ltd., advised on the establishment of SLiC International Ltd. as a Bermuda company that would focus on the development and financing of green energy blockchain data centres.
Dalhousie University (Canada)
University of Kent (England)
Nottingham Law School (England)
BPP Law School (London, England)