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Legal 500 M&A Guide 2018 - Guernsey Update
The local M&A market in Guernsey was relatively active throughout 2017, and this has continued now well into 2018. We would characterise the market as, for the most part, a "seller's market" ...
Guernsey
29 Nov 2018
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Termination Of Cayman Islands Companies
Now is the time to start planning the termination of a Cayman Islands company if you wish to avoid 2016 Annual Fees and expenses.
Bermuda
27 Sep 2015
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Solvency II: Reviewing Bermuda’s Regulatory Framework
Solvency II, the European initiative to overhaul the capital adequacy regime of the European insurance industry and create an agreed set of capital and risk management requirements, is scheduled to come into effect on 1 January 2016.
Bermuda
18 Nov 2014
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Arbitration v Winding Up - Which Prevails?
In practice, it seems that the court's power to control the winding up process will trump the primacy of arbitration agreements in determining whether a petition debt is disputed on genuine and substantial grounds.
Cayman Islands
27 Aug 2013
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Where Does Rubin Leave Isle Of Man Insolvency Practitioners?
The recent decision of Rubin v Euro Finance SA & Others [2012] UK SC 46 has been welcomed in England and Wales as clarifying the English common law applying to the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments made in relation to foreign insolvency proceedings.
Isle of Man
16 Apr 2013
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Powers Of Foreign Officeholders – Guidance From The Cayman Islands Grand Court
In the recent case of "Irving H. Picard and Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC v Primeo Fund" the Cayman Islands Grand Court has handed down a ruling.
Cayman Islands
4 Mar 2013
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Insolvency And Liquidation Of Segregated Portfolio Companies In The Cayman Islands
In 1998, significant amendments were incorporated into the Cayman Islands Companies Law permitting the formation of a segregated portfolio company.
Cayman Islands
25 Sep 2012
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The Cambridge Gas In Offshore Restructuring And Insolvency: Not Fit For All Purposes
It is very difficult for those practising in the field of cross-border insolvency and restructuring not to notice the significant moves towards international comity by various jurisdictions around the world.
Bermuda
11 Jul 2012
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Guide To Cayman Islands Insolvency
The insolvency law of the Cayman Islands, which is primarily embodied in the Companies Law and Companies Winding-Up Rules, was the subject of a major overhaul in 2009, bringing the insolvency regime up to date, introducing some new concepts, improving the options available to creditors and formalizing the system for cross-border co-operation in insolvency proceedings.
Cayman Islands
16 May 2012
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Guide To Taking Security In Guernsey
Insolvency is a major commercial risk.
Guernsey
27 Sep 2011
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Insolvency Payments Scheme
On 3 December 2009, Jersey’s Social Security Minister published a white paper detailing a new statutory insolvency payments scheme (the "Scheme") intended to provide Islanders with a degree of protection and financial security similar to that prevailing in the UK and the Isle of Man.
Jersey
8 Jun 2010
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Cross-Border Insolvencies - Aiding A Foreign Court
In the current climate, where once well-respected, confident and apparently prosperous businesses with interests in more than one country now face insolvency and even closure, requests for assistance from a foreign court in insolvency matters will likely become more frequent.
Jersey
8 Jan 2010
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Summary Of Winding Up Of A Jersey Company
A Jersey company may be subject to a summary winding up under Part 21 of the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991, as amended (the "Law") where the company is solvent.
Jersey
6 Jan 2010
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Corporate Restructuring Involving BVI Companies
Over the last five years, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) has introduced new provisions that will be of particular interest to corporate groups worldwide that contain one or more of the hundreds of thousands of BVI companies in existence.
British Virgin Islands
1 Dec 2009
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Bankruptcy In Jersey - An Overview
Both individual and corporate bankruptcies in Jersey are dealt with by the Bankruptcy (Désastre) (Jersey) Law 1990 (“the Law”).
Jersey
29 Jul 2009
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A Comparative Analysis Of Security Registration Requirements In Offshore Jurisdictions
This article compares the laws of five offshore jurisdictions – Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Jersey, Mauritius and the British Virgin Islands (BVI) – concerning the registration of charges created over assets of companies (not including charges over land within the offshore territories, ships or aircraft).
Hong Kong
27 Jul 2009
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Corporate Restructuring Involving BVI Companies
Over the last five years, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) has introduced new provisions that will be of particular interest to corporate groups worldwide that contain one or more of the hundreds of thousands of BVI companies in existence.
British Virgin Islands
24 Jul 2009
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The Madoff Fraud And Implications For The Offshore Fund Industry
Waves from the tsunami that was the Madoff fraud have washed ashore in Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands
7 May 2009
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Winding Up On Just And Equitable Grounds
In recent years, there have been relatively few insolvencies in Jersey whether of corporates or individuals. The current economic climate is however beginning to take its toll and the number of corporate insolvencies is on the rise.
Jersey
16 Feb 2009
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Compromises And Schemes Of Arrangement
The recent economic difficulties have given wider prominence to the uses and importance of compromises and schemes of arrangement, for both solvent and insolvent companies and groups.
Jersey
10 Feb 2009
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