The objective of a scheme of arrangement is to allow the company to enter into an agreement with its shareholders and/or creditors (or any class of them) to either:
A scheme of arrangement in the Cayman Islands requires the sanction of the Grand Court in order for it to be binding on the company and its shareholders and/or creditors (“Scheme Participants”). In every case, the court will consider whether it is appropriate to convene class meetings of the Scheme Participants and, if so, what the composition of those classes should be. The applicant must satisfy the court that the scheme documentation will provide the Scheme Participants with all information reasonably necessary to make an informed decision about the merits of the proposed scheme of arrangement and will have the right to attend and be heard at the hearing of the petition.
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