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By Craig Cordle
Guernsey's financial services regulator, the GFSC, recently reported the fifth consecutive quarter of growth in the island's investment funds industry...
By Nick Rogers
The Common Reporting Standard (CRS) is an international tax information exchange framework that has been implemented in the Cayman Islands.
By James Heinicke, Cory Macculloch
On 5 June 2017 the Data Protection Law, 2017 (Law) was published in the Cayman Islands Gazette.
By Nick Williams
Election fever shouldn't lead businesses to lose sight of their responsibilities under the new Criminal Finances Act 2017.
By Simon Davies, Sandie Lyne, Michael Rogers
In a recent decision, the Royal Court of Guernsey considered whether to set aside a distribution on the grounds of equitable mistake where that mistake led to adverse UK tax consequences.
By Nicholas Brookes
International guidelines on cross-border insolvency matters have recently been adopted by the BVI courts.
By Nick Rogers
Three months after the triggering of Article 50 and the beginning of the UK's formal extrication from the European Union, there are still more questions than answers that arise from Brexit.
By Oliver Passmore
Reform of Jersey's litigation rules to improve the speed and reduce the cost of disputes and to encourage resolution of cases without court proceedings takes effect from today.
By Cory Macculloch, James Bergstrom
During the latter half of 2016, Ogier published two briefings on the steps taken by the Cayman Islands' Government to reform the intellectual property laws of the Cayman Islands.
By Claire Smith
A court ruling supporting the rejection of a Planning appeal filed a day after the 28-day deadline underlines the need to take advice early and file papers on time...
By James Campbell
James Campbell is a partner in Ogier's Jersey private client and trusts team advising professional trustees...
By Edward Mackereth
Teams taking part in the annual Channel Islands Student Business Challenge have donated nearly £6,500 to charity after another fantastic competition.
By Alex Horsbrugh-Porter, Michael Rogers
The appointment of a provisional liquidator is not often pursued as the practical implications are draconian: directors lose the ability to control and manage the company's affairs.
By Emily Haithwaite
Figures showing a record high in the net asset value of funds under management in Jersey demonstrate that the industry continues to go from strength to strength, says Emily Haithwaite...
By Richard Daggett
Even now, after the triggering of Article 50 and the beginning of the formal process of the UK's withdrawal from the European Union, there are more questions than answers that arise from Brexit.
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