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Ben Patten QC


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Certainty in Certification – [2014] 9 JIBFL 620B
The decision of the Privy Council in Fairfield Sentry v Migani is of considerable importance to funds which employ certification mechanisms. It will also be of note in relation to instruments employing market-based triggers, for example convertible loan notes. Here we discuss the implications of the decision for certification and those responsible for issuing such certificates.
Ben Patten QC
Michael Ryan
Ben Patten QC


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