Walkers advises on the laws of Bermuda*, the British Virgin Islands (BVI), the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Ireland and Jersey (Channel Islands). We are experienced in all types of international and cross-border transactions covering a broad range of sectors with a particular focus on both contentious and non-contentious corporate and finance law, investment funds, private equity, structured products, capital markets and trusts.
Walkers works in exclusive association with Kevin Taylor, trading as 'Walkers Bermuda', a full service commercial law firm providing advice on all aspects of Bermuda law.
Walkers Professional Services provides registered office, corporate, and fiduciary services from Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Dubai, Hong Kong and Ireland. We also provide compliance services from the Cayman Islands through Walkers Compliance, a one-stop-shop which helps clients address evolving Anti-Money Laundering Regulations, including outsourcing and supporting their compliance functions. Working together with Walkers law firm, Walkers Professional Services delivers a seamless integration of legal, corporate, fiduciary and compliance services.
Walkers delivers clear, concise and practical advice based on an in-depth knowledge of the legal, regulatory and commercial environment in Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Ireland and Jersey.
Ken Foley is a senior listings executive and is based in Walkers’ Irish office. Ken has extensive experience of listing all types of specialist debt transactions, having worked in the listings arena for the past ten years. Ken has worked with leading law firms and financial institutions in Europe, the U.S., Latin America and Asia. Ken advises on the full range of capital markets transactions including European and U.S. originated CLOs, High Yield transactions, CMBS, RMBS, auto loan receivables, catastrophe bonds, Islamic bonds or “sukuk”, corporate debt, ABS, ECA financing vehicles, LPNs, Covered Bonds, Sovereign Bonds and MTN programmes.
Qualifications:BA in Economics and Maths, University College Dublin