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By Camilla Hobbs
Appleby (Guernsey) LLP are up, up and away: their active and thriving aviation team whose wide-ranging interests in the area, strengthened by the support of Appleby's global aviation team, are building a burgeoning aviation practice in Guernsey
By Peter McMaster QC, Sally Peedom
A Cayman fund that was "to a very substantial degree, the author of its own misfortune" has lost its USD 2 billion suit to recover Madoff related losses from its custodian and administrator.
By Richard Sheldon
Employers should already have reviewed their policies and procedures to ensure that they are compliant with the age discrimination laws...
By Samuel Banks, Peter Colegate
Blockchain has been widely touted as the most significant technology of the last 20 years, with the potential to revolutionise the financial services industry across a range of applications, from crypto-currencies to smart ...
By Melissa Virahsawmy
In his Budget Speech presented on the 8 June 2017, the Prime Minister of Mauritius unveiled a three year Strategic Plan to support the Government's medium-term and long-term objectives.
By Alex Brainis
The Cayman Islands is the world's top hedge funds domicile, with more than 10,500 registered funds to date.
By David Pytches
Investing trust property can be a challenging business for trustees – their obligations are many and onerous, the standards they will be measured against are high, and the consequences of failure severe.
By Bryan Hunter, Simon Raftopoulos
We are pleased to report that the Limited Liability Partnership Law, 2017 came into force on 5 June 2017, making the Cayman Islands limited liability partnership available for the first time...
By Jeremy Walton, Anna Snead
The primary sources of arbitration law in the Cayman Islands are the Arbitration Law, 2012 and the Foreign Arbitral Awards Enforcement Law (1997 Revision), which gives effect to the Convention on ...
By Jeffrey Kirk, Andrew Willins
Capital markets have also become increasingly global, with investors seeking returns from beyond their domestic markets and investees accessing wider sources of finance.
By Vanessa Schrum
As the oldest international sporting trophy in the world, it is timely to reflect on what the Cup, affectionately called the "Auld Mug", is and how it is governed.
By Tim Hart
For many people the purchase of a property, with its significant financial, practical and emotional implications, is a step taken together with another person, most often a spouse or partner.
By Carlos de Serpa Pimentel
Appleby has been recognised in the Citywealth International Financial Centre Awards as a nominee for "Law Firm of the Year – Caribbean".
By Kyle Sutherland, Tom Brook, Katherine Johnson
Appleby Isle of Man advised Strix Group PLC on its £190 million flotation on the London Stock Exchange (Alternative Investment Market).
By Anthony Williams
On 27 April 2017, the Criminal Finances Act 2017 received Royal Assent. It is expected to come into effect in September 2017, and will introduce the new corporate criminal offence of failing to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion.
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