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Getting To Know The Locals - An Overview Of Legal And Regulatory Factors For Businesses In Jersey
Over the last 12 months, we have advised a number of clients on sales and acquisitions of Jersey businesses and we have recently seen a number of high profile moves by hedge funds and other businesses...
Jersey
10 Feb 2016
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Cayman AEOI Portal Now Open
Reporting under the UK Regulations will commence in 2016 and under the CRS in 2017.
Cayman Islands
9 Apr 2015
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Cayman AEOI Portal Almost Open
The Cayman Islands Tax Information Authority (TIA) released its User Guide for the Cayman Islands Automatic Exchange of Information Portal (Portal) on 18 March 2015.
Cayman Islands
30 Mar 2015
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OECD'S Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement For The Implementation Of Automatic Exchange Of Tax Information
51 jurisdictions signed the OECD Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement for the implementation of automatic exchange of tax information.
Worldwide
17 Dec 2014
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Cayman Islands Financial Account Reporting For Investment Funds
The Cayman Islands currently has in place an intergovernmental agreement (IGA) with each of the United States and the United Kingdom.
Cayman Islands
2 Dec 2014
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Completing The Puzzle: The Last Piece Of Cayman's FATCA Regime Falls Into Place
On 29 November 2013, the Cayman Islands Government signed a model 1B (non-reciprocal) intergovernmental agreement with the United States.
Cayman Islands
5 Aug 2014
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International Tax Information Exchange In Bermuda Clarified
The target of an intergovernmental request for information under a TIEA may require the Attorney General to produce the terms of the request.
Bermuda
10 Mar 2014
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Thanks, But No Thanks - Where Legacies Cause Problems
Where a testator or testatrix makes a specific bequest in his or her will it is almost without exception done with the intention of benefitting the recipient of that bequest.
Jersey
30 Jan 2014
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Tax Information Exchange Agreements Put To The Test
The recent case of Volaw Trust & Corporate Services Limited and Larsen v Comptroller of Taxes [2013] JRC 095 is the first case to decide on an appeal against a notice issued by the Comptroller of Income Tax under the Taxation Regulations 2008.
Jersey
1 Aug 2013
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The Manx Disclosure Facility
A new Memorandum of Understanding between Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs and the Isle of Man was signed on 19 February 2013 and establishes a new disclosure facility from 6 April 2013 to 30 September 2016.
Isle of Man
26 Mar 2013
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New UK Rules: Debts Owed To You Could Now Be Subject To Inheritance Tax
A discussion on the new interpretation of the rules relating to debts under a deed.
UK
12 Feb 2013
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The International Comparative Legal Guide to Private Client 2013
An insight on Jersey's independent system and law of taxation.
Jersey
4 Feb 2013
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The International Comparitive Legal Guide To Private Client 2013 - Guernsey
A summary on the Guernsey independent system and law of taxation.
Guernsey
30 Jan 2013
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European Court Decision On VAT
The European Court of Justice ("ECJ") has accepted the recommendation from the Advocate General regarding a recent Finnish case ("A Oy") on VAT.
European Union
13 Aug 2012
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Hong Kong And Jersey Sign Double Taxation Treaty
In late February Hong Kong’s Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury, Professor K C Chan and Jersey’s Chief Minister, Senator Ian Gorst, signed a compensative Double Taxation Treaty ("DTA").
Hong Kong
27 Mar 2012
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Changes To Taxation Of Wealthy Immigrants In Jersey
The States of Jersey (the ‘States’) have recently adopted the Income Tax (Amendment No. 39) (Jersey) Law 2011, and its related regulations with a view to changing the basis upon which a certain section of the community are taxed.
Jersey
26 Aug 2011
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Jersey´s Tax Information Exchange Agreements
A Tax Information Exchange Agreement ("TIEA") is an agreement concluded between two countries to promote international co-operation in tax matters by imposing on them a mutual and reciprocal obligation to exchange information about enforcement of their respective tax laws.
Jersey
6 Apr 2009
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The Use Of Jersey Holding Companies For UK Corporate Migrations
The current fiscal uncertainty and difficult economic climate is incentivising corporates to leave the UK's tax regime in favour of jurisdictions with more benign tax regimes.
Jersey
6 Apr 2009
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"Zero/Ten" Corporate Tax Reforms In Jersey
Jersey is introducing changes to the way that companies are taxed in order to ensure that the island meets international standards while maintaining its competitive edge in the offshore financial services sector.
Bermuda
22 Dec 2008
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The Incorporation Of Shari’a In Offshore Trusts
Recently, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, sparked a stormy debate when he appeared to suggest that some aspects of Shari'a law should be adopted in the United Kingdom, and that such adoption appeared to be unavoidable.
Bermuda
2 Jun 2008
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