Tiffany Boys is Counsel in the Corporate department of Appleby’s Bermuda office. Tiffany joined Appleby on 7 September 2010 as a Trainee and was called to the Bar on 30 September 2011.
Tiffany maintains a diversified business practice including domestic and international mergers and acquisitions, secured and unsecured lending transactions and general corporate governance law. She has particular expertise in the area of shipping and aircraft registration and the incorporation of special purpose vehicles to acquire, manage or lease the same. Tiffany has advised both lenders and borrowers in numerous cross jurisdictional transactions involving asset finance.
Tiffany is a member of the Bermuda Bar Association.
- Seadrill, advised the coordinating committee representing a bank group holding USD 7.4 billion in secured debt, on Seadrill Limited’s successful completion of its USD 10 billion restructuring plan pursuant to its chapter 11 plan of reorganisation. This high profile restructuring was one of the most complex restructurings in history and the largest ever in the offshore drilling sector.
- Large global multinational oil and gas company, provided Bermuda law advice relating to potential restructuring plans and Bermuda schemes of arrangement in a complex group wide multi-national debt restructuring matter. The scheme involves a number of new proposals novel to Bermuda law.
- The Calyle Group, completed the acquisition of Veritas Holdings Ltd., an information management systems provider, from Symantec Corp for a total purchase price of USD 8 billion. The transaction was the biggest U.S leveraged buyout announced in 2015 and the largest solo private equity purchase of U.S assets since 2011.
- KeyTech Limited, advising in connection with a multi-layered transaction that included the acquisition of the remainder of Bermuda Digital Communications Ltd. (CellOne) and the acquisition by Atlantic Tele-Network, Inc., of a controlling interest in Keytech.
- Triton Container International Limited, advised in relation to its merger with TAL International Group, Inc., a NYSE-listed, US company. The transaction creates the world’s largest lessor of intermodal freight containers with revenue generating assets valued at $8.7 billion.
- Brock University (Canada)
- University of Kent (England)
- The College of Law (London, England)