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Cayman Funds – How To Prepare For The Data Protection Law
The Cayman Islands Data Protection Law, 2017 (DPL), will now come into force on 30 September 2019 and will regulate the future processing of all personal data in the Cayman Islands
Cayman Islands
20 May 2019
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The Revised Guernsey AML Handbook
The revised Handbook on Countering Financial Crime and Terrorist Financing (Handbook), issued by the Guernsey Financial Services Commission (GFSC), came into operation on Monday 1 April 2019.
Guernsey
17 May 2019
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When A Disability Affects Performance
What duties does an employer have when an employee develops a disability which prevents him from performing his employment duties, either completely or partially?
Bermuda
15 May 2019
4
Four (Digital) Candles
Guernsey's States passed the above Ordinance at its sitting on 27 February in response to global uncertainty over the status of electronically concluded transactions.
Guernsey
14 May 2019
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Appleby Wins Asian Legal Business China Law Awards M&A Deal Of The Year
Leading offshore law firm Appleby has been highlighted as part of the award winning team who advised on the disposal of ele.me to Alibaba. At the Asian Legal Business China Law awards held
Hong Kong
14 May 2019
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Cyber-Security And The Dangers From Within
It is often assumed that data breaches occur as a result of carelessness or third party cyber-attacks. However, some recent cases in Guernsey and the UK highlight the very real risk
Guernsey
10 May 2019
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In The Eye Of The Storm: Recap Of Hurricane Irma In The BVI
Caribbean editor Amy Ulliott talks to Jeffrey Kirk, Managing Partner of the BVI office, on how Appleby was affected by Hurricane Irma and the lessons learned since the devastating Atlantic storm.
British Virgin Islands
9 May 2019
8
Public Access To Information: A Review
Some four years after coming into operation, more than 100 applications for review have been made under Bermuda's Public Access to Information Act.
Bermuda
9 May 2019
9
Aircraft Liens And Detention Rights - Isle Of Man Chapter
Andrew Webb and Alexandra Dernie provide the Isle of Man contribution to Sweet & Maxwell's global guide, Aircraft Liens and Detention Rights.
Isle of Man
8 May 2019
10
Getting Ready For The Crypto Spring
With flexible and commercially minded legislation, an innovative approach to anti-money laundering (AML) compliance, political stability and an internationally recognised securities regulatory regime.
British Virgin Islands
3 May 2019
11
Digital Assets In Bermuda
There's been discussion among trust professionals about the potential impact that digital assets will have on trusts and the trustees that administer them
Bermuda
2 May 2019
12
#Connected Wealth Management
It is increasingly hard to "disconnect", whether it be from the barrage of work emails, social media, advertising on websites, or calls on mobile devices.
Guernsey
30 Apr 2019
13
Mauritius FSC Recognises Security Token Offerings In Its Legislation
After having issued a Guidance Note in September 2018 on its position regarding investment in digital assets, including Cryptocurrencies and tokens,
Mauritius
30 Apr 2019
14
M&A Trends — Buyer Protections
The merger and acquisition market in Bermuda was very active throughout 2018 with the value of deals exceeding the previous year
Bermuda
29 Apr 2019
15
A Clean Bill Of Health - For Now
The Cayman Islands is an early adopter of the Common Reporting Standard, compliant with the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and a leading jurisdiction on tax transparency.
Cayman Islands
26 Apr 2019
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In Conversation With Sebastian Said, Partner At Appleby In The Cayman Islands
A recent decision of the Grand Court has opened the door to litigation funding in the Cayman Islands, which is now poised to be among the first offshore jurisdictions to welcome the industry and benefit from the opportunities it presents.
Cayman Islands
26 Apr 2019
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Business Aviation Law In Europe
The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) is the leading organisation for operators of business aircraft in Europe.
Isle of Man
25 Apr 2019
18
BVI Court Underlines Willingness To Support Foreign Arbitral Proceedings
The BVI Court of Appeal recently handed down an important decision in relation to the power of the Court to grant injunctive relief in support ...
British Virgin Islands
23 Apr 2019
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Isle Of Man Regulatory Update - April 2019
At the time of writing, there is still no clarity on if, when or how the United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union (EU) and many potential scenarios ranging from an extension to the deadline
Isle of Man
16 Apr 2019
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BVI Guidance On Economic Substance Requirements Expected In Draft Form In Late April 2019
As announced in our earlier eAlert, the Government of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) enacted the Economic Substance (Companies and Limited Partnerships) Act, 2018 (the Act) effective 1 January 2019.
British Virgin Islands
15 Apr 2019
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