Carey Olsen advised Apex on acquisition

  • Advised on purchase: Mary Ward, of Carey Olsen Bermuda (Photograph supplied)

    Advised on purchase: Mary Ward, of Carey Olsen Bermuda (Photograph supplied)

  • Advised on purchase: Adam Bathgate, of Carey Olsen Bermuda (Photograph supplied)

    Advised on purchase: Adam Bathgate, of Carey Olsen Bermuda (Photograph supplied)


A corporate team from law firm Carey Olsen Bermuda advised Apex Group Ltd on its purchase of Beacon Fund Services (Bermuda) and two associated Beacon companies.

As reported by The Royal Gazette yesterday, Apex is acquiring the Bermuda-based fund administrator, in a transaction expected to close in the second quarter of this year.

Carey Olsen Bermuda partner Mary Ward, and counsel Adam Bathgate, advised Apex on all Bermuda aspects of the acquisition and provided corporate and legal advice.

Ms Ward said: “Carey Olsen Bermuda is delighted to have assisted Apex on this transaction, which further expands our client’s existing presence in Bermuda. It also underlines the strength of our corporate offering at Carey Olsen Bermuda, particularly in the area of M&A.”

Mr Bathgate said: “For us to be involved in a transaction like this at such an early stage of our growth as a corporate practice is very gratifying, and is testament to how well our offering has been received in the market.”

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Published Mar 1, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated Feb 28, 2019 at 8:57 pm)

Carey Olsen advised Apex on acquisition

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