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Maples Group
The Securities and Investment Business Act, 2010 has been amended to introduce a new regulatory regime for closed-ended funds in the BVI.
Cayman Islands
HSM Chambers
Further to the Cayman Islands Governments' recent changes to the AML CFT regime to include virtual asset services as "relevant financial business" the jurisdiction is now set to implement a registration...
Maples Group
The shift from investing in commingled structures to bespoke solutions has significantly increased following the credit crisis and as we go deeper into this economic cycle the trend will continue.
Cayman Islands Government
The Department for International Tax Cooperation (DITC) is following Cayman Islands Government policy and activating its business continuity plan during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Cyprus
A. Danos & Associates LLC
The Ombudsman's decision is not legally binding but will carry weight in Court.
European Union
Walkers
2019 was a turning point for the capital markets where Walkers noted a wide variety of transactions embracing the "green factor".
Finance Malta
The Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) outbreak together with a significant oil price drop are creating loss of investor confidence and significant disruptions in the financial markets.
Gibraltar
ISOLAS
The UK Government has released a consultation to further strengthen its strong and enduring relationship with Gibraltar as a result of both jurisdictions leaving the European Union (EU).
Guernsey
GuernseyFinance
Hipgnosis Songs Fund Limited, the Guernsey-based fund which has invested in a catalogue of songs, music production and publishing, is being added to the FTSE 250 Index.
Ireland
Dillon Eustace
As discussed last time, a standstill agreement is only effective as it extends to those creditors pursuing a business for payment.
Luxembourg
Loyens & Loeff
Consistent with other Euro-area banks following the 2008 financial crisis, customer deposits represent the single largest source of funding.
Loyens & Loeff
What licences are required to provide banking services in your jurisdiction? What activities do they cover?
Malta
WH Partners
Recognising the serious implications of the growing threat of COVID-19, the European Commission has on 13 March 2020 launched a series of proposed
GVZH Advocates
In an attempt to alleviate the adverse effects which COVID-19 is causing to the financial services industry, the MFSA announced, by means of the issuance of a circular, that it will be accepting delays by entities licensed by the MFSA in making the required reporting submissions/publications which fall due by March or April 2020.
GANADO Advocates
The current COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly, already had a negative impact on the financial market within the European Union ("EU").
CSB Group
During a press conference held on the 18th of March 2020 the Prime Minister of Malta, Dr. Robert Abela, announced a €1.81 billion economic package.
Finance Malta
The MFSA draws the attention of its licence holders and the general public to possible fraudulent schemes or financial scams which may try to take advantage of COVID-19 outbreak to target...
United Arab Emirates
Clyde & Co
In this article we summarise the recent changes to the Dubai Financial Services Authority's (DFSA) suitability rules, and look at their application to corporate finance activities.
Worldwide
GuernseyFinance
We had a successful funds roadshow to South Africa in February. We held some informative breakfast briefings in Johannesburg and Cape Town and attended the SAVCA conference in ...
GuernseyFinance
Coronavirus has made it a tough few weeks in China and Hong Kong as we're sure you can imagine. As health officials work to keep the COVID-19 outbreak under control, numerous events ...
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