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By Robert Lindley, Bernadette Carey
Revision and modernization of trust legislation has been a global theme over the past few years, and implementation of this new legislation has been common across a number of jurisdictions.
By Richard Fear
This alert is intended to aid businesses that may have obligations to report information under the Tax Information Authority Regulations, 2017, which were issued by the Cayman Islands on 15 December 2017...
By Julie McLean
After much anticipation, the Bermuda International Interests In Mobile Equipment (Cape Town Convention) Act 2016 came into operation in Bermuda on 1 January 2018.
By Stephanie C. Bernard, Scott Pearman
The 2009 Act had dis-applied the Rule for all trusts established after 1 August 2009, except trusts owning real property in Bermuda.
By Helen Cooper
Three options are available to those who would like to reside in Bermuda.
By Ben Adamson
Bermuda's Bribery Act 2016 came into force on 1 September 2017, completely overhauling Bermuda's anti-bribery legislation by criminalising bribery and creating new offences of bribing...
By Ben Hobden, Spencer Vickers
On the contrary, third party litigation funding may promote access to justice and have a role to play in the modern justice system.
By Robert Briant, Anton Goldstein
We are pleased to announce the enactment of the new Limited Partnership Act. The LPA represents the culmination of the efforts of fourteen lawyers from eight British Virgin Islands law firms to create a state of the art limited partnership act.
By Ben Hobden, Spencer Vickers
In the matter of Pacific Harbor Asia Fund I, Ltd (In Official Liquidation) the Grand Court appointed joint official liquidators from different firms due to the differing opinions of various stakeholders...
By Scott Pearman, Stephanie C. Bernard
The Supreme Court of Bermuda (Kawaley CJ) handed down a decision revisiting the existing practice of hearing applications to restructure Bermuda law trusts in private when appropriate.
By Marcello Ausenda, Graham Collis, David Cooke, Niel Jones
We are pleased to present the latest edition of our Bermuda Public Companies Update which features a recap of significant transactions involving Bermuda public companies listed...
By Piers Alexander
There are a number of key economic and demographic factors currently at play which are likely to increase the development of new business in Asia for offshore financial centres (OFCs)...
By Nigel Meeson Q.C., Fraser Hughes
It is well settled that the Cayman Court's power to order the winding up of a Company is discretionary, section 92 of the Companies Law (2013 Revision) providing that ‘A company may be wound up by the Court if …'.
By Paul Smith, Ben Hobden
In late 2008, RMF Market Neutral Strategies (Master) Limited ("RMF") sought to cash in its investments in DD Growth Premium 2X Fund (In Official Liquidation) (the "Company"), a feeder fund incorporated in the Cayman Islands, ...
By Robert Lindley, Bernadette Carey
The Law is prescriptive as to the incorporation, administration and management of a Cayman Foundation.
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