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The Role Of Offshore Jurisdictions In The PRC
Kristian Wilson looks at some of the drivers for offshore jurisdictions such as the British Virgin Islands to play such a significant role in structuring foreign direct investment into and out of the People’s Republic of China.
China
28 Apr 2015
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The Deep Freeze: The Growing Impact Of Sanctions On Jersey
In recent times, there has been a marked increase in the use of co-ordinated economic sanctions by the European Union, the United Nations and individual states against rogue states and organisations and, on a targeted basis, against specific individuals and entities related to those rogue states and organisations.
Jersey
2 Feb 2015
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The Deep Freeze: The Impact Of EU And US Sanctions On Jersey
In a globalised world, political decisions have far reaching consequences to all corners of the globe.
Jersey
1 Jul 2014
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Update on the AIFM Directive and Impact on Cayman Funds Industry
On 19th October 2010, the European Union Council of Ministers (the "Council") announced that the Council had reached agreement on compromise text (the "Proposal") of the controversial Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (the "Directive").
Cayman Islands
3 Nov 2010
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Divided By A Common Language? English Court Goes In Different Direction To U.S On "COMI"
The recent decision of In the Matter of Stanford International Bank Limited and Others [2009] EWHC 1441 (CH) raises important considerations for liquidators of offshore investment vehicles who seek recognition and assistance from the English Courts pursuant to the Cross-Border Insolvency Regulations 2006 (the “2006 Regulation”).
Cayman Islands
5 Oct 2009
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The How And W5 Of Jurisdiction Clauses
In today’s global economy, a company’s particular jurisdiction is without doubt of great importance to the daily workings and management of most companies whether they are domestic or abroad and whether its clientele is local, international or in most cases a combination of both.
Cayman Islands
14 Dec 2006
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Cayman Calling – The Continuing Draw of the Hedge Fund Industry in the Cayman Islands
With an estimated 75% of the world’s hedge funds now domiciled in the jurisdiction, the Cayman Islands are continuing to strengthen their position as the world’s number one offshore domicile for hedge funds.
Cayman Islands
1 Feb 2006
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The Evolution of the Cayman Islands Fund Industry
Darwin believed that evolution takes place over long periods of time and the development of the Cayman Islands mutual fund industry may be further proof of his theory.
Cayman Islands
28 Oct 2005
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