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By Nigel Sanders, Marcus Leese, Sally Edwards, Josephine Howe
The line between rectification and improvement is a significant one in terms of trust documents. The Jersey Royal Court's judgment In The Matter of the H and J Trusts further clarifies the distinction.
By Matthew Shaxson, Michael Evans
The draft Bank (Recovery and Resolution) (Jersey) Law 201- (the Law) was lodged au Greffe on 20 December 2016.
By Matthew Shaxson, Michael Evans
The draft Bank Depositors Compensation Law 201- (the Law) was lodged au Greffe on 20 December 2016
By Sara Johns
While all the media's attention in the last six months has been lavished on Brexit and President Trump, there's one particular news story that is still not getting a huge amount of attention ...
By Mathew Newman, Michael Rogers
The protection of legal advice provided by a lawyer to their client is critical for a number of obvious reasons.
By Alex Horsbrugh-Porter, Michael Rogers
The recent decision from the Guernsey Royal Court of DM Property Holdings (Guernsey) Limited (in Liquidation) is of fundamental importance to Guernsey insolvency practitioners...
By Kate Hodson, Christopher Joyce, Giorgio Subiotto
Regulated funds are required to file a fund annual return (FAR) with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA), within six months of the financial year end (subject to any extension granted by CIMA).
By Fiona Keating, Fabien Debroise
Luxembourg ranks as the largest EU fund domicile jurisdiction and the second largest fund domicile jurisdiction globally.
By Giorgio Subiotto
"Now that CIMA will be able to grade the fines more specifically and more proportionately to the breach, I think we will see more fines being issued by CIMA.
By Fiona Keating, Fabien Debroise
Luxembourg ranks as the largest EU fund domicile jurisdiction and the second largest fund domicile jurisdiction globally.
By Nigel Sanders
The Jersey Court has a well-established jurisdiction to rectify trust documents whose terms do not carry out the true intentions of the parties.
By Sally Edwards
Jersey trustees are currently having to spend a lot of time complying with international reporting requirements, such as FATCA and CRS.
By Sara Johns
A Google search for "Bitcoin tipping point" returns 165,000 results dating as far back as 2013. That's a lot of talk.
By Laurent Thailly
As part of the far-reaching Luxembourg company law reform of 23 August 2016, a new form of company has been introduced into the Luxembourg legal system
By Marcus Leese
In early 2016 several million client-related documents were stolen from a Panamanian law firm.
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