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By Lucy Diggle
Cayman has long been at the cutting-edge of developments in international trusts law, cementing its place as a market-leading international financial centre and jurisdiction of choice for ultra-high net worth families.
By Matthew Goucke, Fiona MacAdam, Marc Hecht
The Grand Court of the Cayman Islands (the "Grand Court") in the matter of China Shanshui Cement Group Limited (the "Company")...
By Walkers  
This advisory summarises some key reminders regarding the upcoming government and regulatory filing deadlines in the Cayman Islands relating to Economic Substance, Beneficial Ownership and...
By Louise Hall, Sarah Ash, Victoria Pratt, Daniel Read
Nearly half the attendees at Walkers' recent workplace culture conference were aware of sexual harassment incidents having taken place at their work.
By Ashley Gunning, Ingrid Pierce, Tim Buckley, Melissa Lim, Rolf Lindsay, Caroline Williams
From our vantage point as advisers to many of the world's top investment fund managers and financial institutions, broad market forces flow through to our instructions...
By Sarah Demerling, Peter Dunlop, Nathalie West, Daniel Wood, Andy Randall, Jack Boldarin, John Rogers
The highly anticipated Incorporated Segregated Accounts Companies Act 2019 (the "ISAC Act") came into force on 26 November 2019.
By Ashley Gunning, Ingrid Pierce, Tim Buckley, Melissa Lim, Rolf Lindsay, Caroline Williams
All data, unless referenced, is taken from Walkers' in-house investment funds survey.
By Susan Battye
Partner and Head of Employment, Susan Battye, authored the "Ireland: Employment & Labour Law" chapter in the Legal 500 and the In-House Lawyer Comparative Legal Guide (3rd edition).
By Walkers  
Walkers is pleased to announce that it has received 41 lawyer rankings in the 2020 Legal 500 Caribbean directory, more than any other offshore firm
By Walkers  
The Court of Appeal of the Cayman Islands has confirmed that once it has been established that a solvent liquidation will be more "effective", "economic" or "expeditious"…
By Rupert Morris, Sevyn Kalsi
There are three main motivations for the use of Jersey and Guernsey trust and foundation structures for Asian clients: protection, direction and succession.
By Daniel Read
Privilege is very much a buzzword at the moment in legal circles.
By Louise Hall, Sarah Ash, Victoria Pratt
Its immediate priority is to introduce protection on the grounds of disability including for carers of disabled people.
By Daniel Lo, James Twigg
Blockchain was originally considered to be the innovative technology that only supported cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ethereum.
By Shelley White, Colette Wilkins, Andrew Gibson
Singularis had originally lacked sufficient funds to meet the costs of bringing this claim against Daiwa; its only substantial assets being those it was pursuing by way of litigation.
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