The Foundations (Guernsey) Law, 2012 (the "Law") came into effect on 8 January 2013 providing for the establishment of Guernsey foundations from that date. This note is a summary of the Law.
Dharshini asked whether inflation and rising costs of living across the world posed a threat to the progress toward a carbon-neutral future.
"Endless opportunities" was the upbeat theme of WE ARE GUERNSEY'S 2022 Funds Forum, with two panels exploring how sustainability and technology will help drive the post-pandemic economic recovery globally.
On 11 May 2022, the European Commission published the first draft of the ‘debt-equity bias reduction allowance' directive (DEBRA). The draft proposal is available here.
Unicase Law Firm
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Unicase Law Firm
On April 1, 2022 amendments to the Methodology for Selection of Public Investment Projects (Order No. 129 of the Minister of National Economy of 5 December 2014) entered into force.
NautaDutilh Avocats Luxembourg
On 16 May 2022, the Luxembourg financial regulator (the "CSSF") released Circular 22/811 on the authorisation and organisation of entities acting as UCI administrators (the "Circular").
On the occasion of FinanceMalta's 15th anniversary, we recorded a special edition of #Fintalks. Joseph Zammit Tabona and Kenneth Farrugia,...
15 years ago, Malta's finance industry came together to promote the country's financial services sector internationally. FinanceMalta was set up in 2007 as a public-private partnership.
Over the past years, the financial services industry has changed, but instead of solely looking backwards at our progress, we are shifting our attention to five trends and developments that will shape the future of financial services in Malta and beyond.
Whether you are considering Malta as an investment destination, or looking for ways to grow and expand your existing business, here are 15 reasons why Malta should be on your radar.
FinanceMalta reached out to Lorraine Vella, the newly appointed Head of Capital Markets Supervision at the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA)...
None of us want to face the idea that our faculties may potentially fail us one day, and so many people put off thinking about such topics as making a Will or Lasting Power of Attorney until perhaps it is too late.
In response to AELF's claim filed in the Commercial Court in London, SLM raised a very technical argument that the airline was not served correctly under the English State Immunity Act because the airline is...
Herbert Smith Freehills
In an age where businesses are becoming increasingly focused on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues and are being held to a higher moral standard on the...
There is no doubt that technology has been the fastest evolving element we have seen in offices. Remote working forced a switch to the use of virtual technologies for staff and organisations alike.
The development of Empathetic AI, which purports to be able to detect human emotions, raises significant questions for employment, particularly around data privacy and potential bias.
BCL Solicitors LLP
‘Failure to prevent' offences have changed the landscape of corporate criminal liability.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
On 10 May 2022 the UK Government announced, through the Queen's Speech, that the United Kingdom's data protection regime is to be reformed.
The Kenyan Anti-Counterfeiting Authority (ACA) has recently adopted a further measure to combat imports of counterfeit goods into Kenya under the Anti Counterfeit Recordation Regulations 2021 (the "Regulations").