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Introduction Of Trust Law In Switzerland
The Swiss trust law has been a long time in the making. Since the ratification of the Hague Trust Convention in 2007 several attempts were made by interested parties
Switzerland
10 Sep 2019
2
Growing Popularity Of Belgian Private Equity Fund Vehicle ‘Private Privak'
First created in 2003, the Private Privak, an investment vehicle primarily intended for private equity investments, had limited success.
Belgium
3 Sep 2019
3
Belgium's Register Of Beneficial Owners: 30 September 2019 Is fast approaching
The 30 September UBO Register filing deadline is just around the corner.
Belgium
9 Aug 2019
4
It's Time To Consolidate: Our Takeaways From The Society For Corporate Governance 2019 National Conference
We heard the same patterns and demands coming from many conversations at the Society for Corporate Governance: efficiency is everything, so it's time to consolidate
United States
25 Jul 2019
5
Swiss Bearer Shares, No Longer
Swiss companies had to maintain a register of holders of bearer shares and ensure access in Switzerland for a period of 10 years.
Switzerland
16 Jul 2019
6
Netherlands UBO Register Is Expected To Go Live In January 2020
We expect the UBO register to be live in the Netherlands in January 2020.
Netherlands
16 Jul 2019
7
Substantial Changes In The Channel Islands
The Channel Islands have recently introduced new Economic substance laws that meet requirements set out by the EU's Code of Conduct Group (Business Taxation) (COCG).
Guernsey
16 Jul 2019
8
Developments In Corporate Governance And Investor Stewardship And The Challenges Facing Companies
The importance of good corporate governance has taken on a new dimension in recent years, with the UK and many other European countries battling to restore trust
European Union
12 Jul 2019
9
DAC6: Preparing For The Unknown
Mandatory disclosure, or DAC6 as it's commonly known, is the requirement for the reporting of European transactions or arrangements which are defined as ‘tax aggressive'.
European Union
12 Jul 2019
10
United Arab Emirates Regulatory Update
The Abu Dhabi Global Markets Authority (ADGM) adopted several amendments to their Commercial Legislation recently in a bid to align with the international best practices.
United Arab Emirates
8 Jul 2019
11
The Three Things We Won't See At The National Conference For Corporate Governance
Companies are paying more attention to their governance infrastructure.
Netherlands
5 Jul 2019
12
Beneficial Ownership Update – Crown Dependencies
Today it's been announced that the Crown Dependencies (Jersey, Guernsey & Isle of Man) will begin a phased approach to making their private beneficial ownership registers public, ...
UK
2 Jul 2019
13
Intertrust Acquires Viteos
A competitive game-changer that accelerates our drive for global leadership in tech-enabled corporate and fund solutions
Netherlands
1 Jul 2019
14
The Benefits Of Listing Debt Securities On The International Stock Exchange
The International Stock Exchange (TISE) became home to nearly half of high yield bond issuers in Europe during the first nine months of 2018, up from nearly zero a few years ago.
Netherlands
25 Jun 2019
15
With Recent Regulatory Developments, Canadian Business Interest In Cayman Will Grow
Canada is home to some of the largest multinational corporations in the world, a bustling pension fund and private equity industry, and growing numbers of alternative investment, real estate, and insurance shops.
Canada
6 Jun 2019
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Strong Corporate Governance Is A Necessity, Not An Afterthought
With an increased emphasis on company governance, it has become vital to have a robust corporate governance infrastructure in place.
Luxembourg
8 May 2019
17
Legislative Procedures Cast Their Shadows
Revision of the AIFM Directive and Solvency II as well as Environmental Social and Governance concerns and cross-border fund sales do not allow the private equity and venture capital funds any regulatory break.
Luxembourg
16 Apr 2019
18
Channel Islands Economic Substance Laws A Positive For Islands
The new economic substance laws that came into force in Guernsey and Jersey on 1 January 2019 further demonstrate the islands' compliance in relation to international regulatory issues, ...
UK
16 Apr 2019
19
Belgian Parliament Approves The New Companies Code
To make Belgium a more competitive and attractive place to establish business, the Parliament adopted the new Companies Code on 28 February 2019.
Belgium
9 Apr 2019
20
Channel Islands Economic Substance
Following the EU Code of Conduct Group's confirmation that the new legislative regimes introduced in Guernsey and Jersey have satisfied the requirements in relation to Economic Substance, the focus is now on implementation.
Jersey
19 Mar 2019
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