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Isle Of Man Financial Services Authority Updates Its Registration Policy For Cryptocurrency Businesses
The Isle of Man Financial Services Authority ("IOMFSA") has recently updated its registration policy in relation to businesses operating in the cryptocurrency sector.
Isle of Man
13 Nov 2018
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A Token Of Appreciation – Why The Isle Of Man Is At The Forefront Of The Digital Asset Revolution
The Isle of Man represents a very attractive choice for anyone looking to raise capital via a sale of digital tokens, for a number of reasons.
Isle of Man
25 Oct 2017
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Tynwald To Legislate On Beneficial Ownership In 2017
2017 already looks like being a busy year for Tynwald, the Island's parliament, but one of the most important bills likely to be introduced into the House of Keys in the next few weeks...
Isle of Man
16 Feb 2017
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Crowdfunding – A New Opportunity For tThe Isle of Man
In April 2015 the Isle of Man began to explore a potential regulatory regime for crowdfunding with the objective of diversifying the Island's economy and bringing further inward investment to the Island by attracting crowdfunding businesses to establish operations here.
Isle of Man
1 Jun 2016
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Insolvency Update: Challenging A Liquidator's Decisions By Judicial Review
His Honour Deemster Doyle recently handed down judgment in a case which considered the legal principles applicable when a party seeks to challenge decisions made by a court-appointed liquidator during the liquidation of a company.
Isle of Man
16 Feb 2016
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Regulatory Update: What's In Store For 2016
Adam Killip, an associate advocate within the regulatory & compliance services team in leading offshore law firm DQ Advocates, provides a useful summary of what to expect in 2016 if you are operating in the regulated sector.
Isle of Man
29 Jan 2016
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Insolvency Update: Has The Privy Council Turned The Isle Of Man’s Chief Justice Into A Timorous Soul?
In the recent case of Lombard Manx Limited v The Spirit of Montpelier Limited (CHP 2014/23), the principal question for the Isle of Man High Court (His Honour Deemster Doyle, the Island's Chief Justice) was whether the Court had jurisdiction at common law to rescind a winding-up order.
Isle of Man
17 Feb 2015
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