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Conyers advises Aircastle on the increase of its Revolving Credit Facility to US$800 million

Conyers Dill & Pearman advised Aircastle Limited (NYSE: AYR) in connection with the increase to US$800 million from US$675 million of its unsecured revolving credit facility with Citibank, Goldman Sachs Bank, J.P. Morgan Chase Bank and Royal Bank of Canada, as joint lead arrangers, which completed in June 2018.

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Conyers celebrates 90th anniversary

Conyers Dill & Pearman was established on 1 November 1928. We thank our loyal clients and present and former staff for helping us to become the leading international law firm we are today.

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Offshore Cases offer readers high-level summaries of the major commercial cases decided in Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands.

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Grand Court Delivers 366 Page Judgment in In Re Torchlight Fund L.P.

Yesterday the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands delivered its long awaited judgment in the winding up proceedings brought against the Torchlight Fund L.P. (“Torchlight”). Conyers is Cayman counsel for Torchlight.

The 366 page judgment of the Honourable Justice McMillan notes that at around the time the judgment was substantially completed, but not yet circulated, the parties informed the Court that they had reached settlement on a confidential basis. Nevertheless, the Learned Judge chose to deliver the judgment, notwithstanding a late attempt by the Petitioners to suppress its publication.



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