Vrikis & Kouppi LLC
As of the 15 October 2021 the Cyprus government presented its Action Plan for attracting companies to operate or expand their activities in Cyprus, in an attempt to make the island a Sustainable...
Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants
The Supreme Court of Cyprus recently ruled on the applicability of the doctrine ex turpi causa non oritur actio (‘from a dishonourable cause an action does not arise'), confirming the position...
"Where should the dispute be determined?" – this is a question which has a significant impact on each and every step in resolving a dispute but is often overlooked.
Winston & Strawn LLP
As the largest fund management hubs in Asia, Hong Kong has taken steps to reform the investment funds regime by introducing new structures and incentive schemes...
With Hong Kong's dense population, dwindling living space, soaring residential and office costs and the expansion of online retailing, demand for mini-storage facilities is poised to increase drastically.
Insurance Quarterly Legal and Regulatory Update for the period 1 July to 30 September 2021...
The Income Tax (Substance Requirements) (Implementation) Regulations, 2021 came into effect in Guernsey on 30 June 2021 and The Taxation (Partnerships – Economic Substance) (Jersey) Law 2021 came...
In an important case for trustees, protectors and beneficiaries, the Royal Court of Jersey has ruled on the scope of a protector's power to consent to or to veto a trustee's proposed...
Baker & Partners
What can you do if you think the sole director of the company you have a shareholding in has given away all its assets? Is a just & equitable winding up justifiable where there is uncertainty as to ...
Although special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) are not a new phenomenon, SPAC activity in the European Union has increased significantly since the beginning of this year.
While certain cross-border transactions were adversely affected by the pandemic (notably due to the disruption caused to industries such as aviation, hospitality, healthcare and retail)...
Arnaud Arrecgros, Julia Journée, and Maurice Honnen, provide expert legal commentary and analysis on the key developments and trends in banking and finance in Luxembourg.
During Malta's Financial Budget 2022, Finance Minister, Clyde Caruana has publicized a new directive targeting third-country nationals who would like to embark on the start-up of their business in Malta.
Envoy Global, Inc.
The Philippine government announced new protocols for green list and yellow list countries, territories and jurisdictions in all ports of entry.
United Arab Emirates
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
In its latest bid to combat money laundering, the UAE is devising a law that will increase regulation of charity fundraising and donations.
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
Issuing property tokens on the blockchain and creating a marketplace for owners, retail and institutional investors, could energize the regional real estate market.
The UAE is taking FinTech seriously. Dubai and Abu Dhabi, and the DIFC and ADGM respectively, have implemented a wide range of initiatives and projects with the aim of growing FinTech...
As we move into Q4, 2021 continues to be one of our busiest years for our dispute resolution teams. They are involved in a broad range of large, high value and complex cases, involving numerous areas of work.
The next generation of African entrepreneurs could lead to a maturing of the continent's family office sector, explain Directors, John Félicité and Kenny Curpen.
The OECD website lists 518 Tax Information Exchange Agreements (TIEAs) entered into between 2000 and 2012.