Kim Paiva - Associate*
- Attorney of the High Court of South Africa, 2006
- Acting for The International Mutual Fund PCC Limited (acting on behalf of the Mansion Student Accommodation Fund (GBP)) cell in relation to the acquisition of various student accommodation property in the UK
- Acting for Japan Leisure Hotels Limited, a closed ended AIM-listed Investment Fund on the disposal of its investment portfolio and subsequent winding up
- Advising on the first Guernsey transfer of cells between protected cell companies regulated as collective investment schemes
*Note: use of an asterisk against a lawyer's name means that this lawyer is qualified in a jurisdiction other than Guernsey and is not a Guernsey Advocate.
More About Kim Paiva
Kim advises clients on a broad range of corporate and commercial matters including investment funds. Kim's corporate experience includes the establishment, regulation and restructuring of Guernsey companies and other entities, financing transactions and corporate acquisitions and disposals.
Kim's investment funds experience includes advising promoters, managers, administrators in relation to the structuring, operation, regualtion and management of open and closed-ended investments funds.
Prior to relocating to Guernsey at the beginning of 2009, Kim practised as a corporate commercial attorney at one of South Africa's largest law firms, Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs. On arriving in Guernsey, she practised in the Business and Trust Law team at Ogier, before joining AO Hall in September 2010.
Entrance Merit Scholarship to the Humanities Department at the University of Cape Town, 1999
BA (History and Politics), University of Cape Town, 2001
LLB, University of Cape Town, 2003
Admitted as an Attorney to the High Court of South Africa, 2006