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By Fiona Chan, Chris Cheng
The Bank of Asia has been established in the BVI to address the growing needs of offshore companies and their owners.
By Matthew Ebbs-Brewer, Sally Penrose, Steven Rees Davies, Jennifer Eve
The Digital Asset Business Act 2018 (DABA) is the next step in Bermuda's development and implementation of a globally recognised standard (commonly referred to as the "Bermuda Standard") for regulating the fintech sector in Bermuda.
By David Dorgan
This new definition will cover a myriad of positions as follows
By Yahia Nazroo
STEVENHILLS LTD v GAMBLING REGULATORY AUTHORITY (2018 SCJ 177) delivered by Hon. K.P. Matadeen, Chief Justice on 17 May 2018.
By Jessica Almeida
A shift in the interpretation of a key section of employment and immigration legislation has put the onus on companies to justify why their senior executives should qualify for a PRC.
By Mark Holligon, Anthony Williams, Gemma Whale
Anthony Williams, Mark Holligon and Gemma Whale from our Crown Dependencies Insolvency and Restructuring team attended last week's R3 Annual Conference in Portugal.
By Claire Milne, Mark Emery
First published by International Comparative Legal Guides, May 2018
By David Dorgan, Alison Mackrill
In April 2018, the European Parliament is expected to adopt the EU's 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive (5AMLD), as agreed by EU Member States on 13th December 2017.
By Gavin Woods, Josephine Noddings
There is no getting away from it: the insurtech revolution has arrived and, with insurers spending more time and increased resources to create and trial prototype technology, it looks as though...
By Janine Carey
That is because international standards of corporate integrity and transparency are growing features of cross jurisdictional financial initiatives.
By David Dorgan
Charities have been in the headlines recently. Revelations about Oxfam aid workers shone a light on the charities sector and highlighted certain failings where the sector has not lived ...
By Sailaja Alla, Bryan Hunter
In December 2017 the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) issued updated Guidance Notes under the new Anti-Money Laundering Regulations, 2017 (AML Regulations) which came into force in October 2017.
By Amanda Burns
Bermuda has been at the forefront of innovation since survivors of the Sea Venture shipwreck settled our shores. Successor generations grew from strength to strength, finding ways to survive on an island with limited natural resources.
By Jessica Almeida
Restrictive covenants, such as those which seek to prevent solicitation of customers, clients, suppliers, other employees, or general competition for a defined period after termination...
By Amanda Burns
Bermuda has been at the forefront of innovation since survivors of the Sea Venture shipwreck settled our shores
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