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Offshore Deal Value Through June 2018 Nearly Matches 2017 Total
The latest edition of Offshore-i, an Appleby report that provides data and insight on merger and acquisition activity in the major offshore financial centres, focuses on transactions announced over the first half of 2018
Worldwide
28 Sep 2018
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Seychelles Introduces A New International Business Companies (IBC) Regime
Fundamental changes to the IBC regime in Seychelles are imminent with the enactment of the new IBC Act 2016 (New Act).
Seychelles
9 Nov 2016
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Mauritius And India Sign A Protocol Amending The Mauritius-India Tax Treaty
India and Mauritius signed a protocol for the amendment of the convention for the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion with respect to taxes of income and capital gains convention...
Mauritius
22 May 2016
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China Offshore - October 2015
Welcome to our second report on China's Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and outbound mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity.
China
21 Oct 2015
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The Supreme Court Of Mauritius Re-Affirms Its Pro-Arbitration Approach
The MCB Case concerned a claim for damages that The Mauritius Commercial Bank Ltd (MCB) lodged before the Supreme Court against UBS AG, Singapore Branch (UBS Singapore) and UBS for breach of contract.
Mauritius
9 Sep 2015
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Jersey And Seychelles Sign Double Tax Treaty
The Government of Jersey has signed a Double Tax Agreement (DTA) with the Republic of Seychelles.
Jersey
4 Aug 2015
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Mauritius FSC Amends Fee System For Late Payments Of Annual Fees – Effective From July 2015
In line with the amendment, the system of levying charges for late payment of annual fees under Rule 8(4) of the Financial Services (Consolidated Licensing and Fees) (Amendment) Rules 2008 will now be as follows...
Mauritius
3 Aug 2015
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Appleby Successfully Enforces An English Judgment Before The Supreme Court Of Mauritius
The Applicant is a company incorporated in the Isle of Man. It is the investment arm of the Dubai-based Dallah Albaraka Group, a prominent business enterprise in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East.
Worldwide
20 Jul 2015
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The Supreme Court Of Mauritius Re-Affirms Its Pro-Arbitration Approach And Brings Clarity On Referral Under The International Arbitration Act 2008
In Mall of Mont Choisy Limited v Pick N’ Pay Retailers (Proprietary) Limited & Ors 2015 SCJ 10 the defendants challenged the jurisdiction of the Commercial Division of the Supreme Court.
Mauritius
4 Mar 2015
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The Government Of Mauritius Updates Its Laws On Copyright
On 31 July 2014, the Copyright Act 2014 (Copyright Act) came into force in Mauritius to provide better protection to copyright and related rights.
Mauritius
25 Sep 2014
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Mauritius Further Enhances Its Position As An Offshore Jurisdiction Of Choice With Four Double Taxation Agreements
The Government of the Republic of Mauritius has ratified double taxation agreements (DTA) with Guernsey and several African countries.
Mauritius
15 Sep 2014
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Guide To Limited Partnerships In Seychelles
This Guide is concerned exclusively with limited partnerships formed under the Seychelles’ Limited Partnerships Act, 2003.
Seychelles
3 Sep 2014
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The Privy Council Interprets Key Provisions Of Mauritian Anti-Money Laundering Legislation
The Privy Council dismissed an appeal by a retired nurse who was charged with and found guilty of five offences under the Financial and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2002.
Mauritius
2 Sep 2014
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Guide To Double Taxation Agreements In Mauritius
Mauritius has entered into treaties with other countries to mitigate the effects of double taxation.
Mauritius
12 Aug 2014
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The Supreme Court Of Mauritius Provides Clarity On The Meaning Of ‘Public Policy’ In International Arbitration
The Supreme Court of Mauritius, amongst others, provided clarity on the meaning of ‘public policy’ in international arbitration.
Mauritius
15 Apr 2014
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Guide To International Business Companies In Seychelles
The Seychelles’ statute law on companies is contained in the Companies Ordinance, 1972 (Companies Ordinance) which was modelled on the old UK Companies Act.
Seychelles
1 Mar 2014
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Enforcing Foreign Judgments In Mauritius Delivered By A Superior Court Of The United Kingdom
Until the decision of the Mauritius Supreme Court in Sumputh v Holborn College Limited 2012 SCJ 193, it was understood that a judgment creditor which sought to enforce a judgment delivered by a superior court of the United Kingdom could avail itself of any of the following three pieces of legislation namely...
UK
9 Dec 2013
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Enforcing Foreign Judgments Delivered By A Superior Court Of The United Kingdom
Until the decision of the Supreme Court in Sumputh v Holborn College Limited 2012 SCJ 193 (Sumputh), it was understood that a judgment creditor which sought to enforce a judgment delivered by a superior court of the United Kingdom could avail itself of any of the following three pieces of legislation namely...
UK
29 Nov 2013
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The Mauritius 2014 Empowerment Budget - Opportunities For The Offshore Commercial Sector
On 08 November 2014, the Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Economic Development of Mauritius presented the National budget for the year 2014.
Mauritius
21 Nov 2013
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The Supreme Court Of Mauritius Provides Clarity On Its Jurisdiction Under The International Arbitration Act 2008
Recently the Supreme Court of Mauritius in the case of Barnwell Enterprises Ltd and anor v ECP Africa FII Investments LLC 2013 SCJ 327 had the opportunity of providing clarity on its jurisdiction under the International Arbitration Act 2008.
Mauritius
19 Nov 2013
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