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By Christian Luthi, Graham Collis
The European Union has removed Bermuda from Annex 1 of its list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes (the ‘blacklist'), effective 17 May.
By Nigel K. Meeson QC
Having rejected this theory, he attributed a 50% weighting to the market value of the shares following the approach of the Company's expert.
By Maree Martin, Craig Fulton, Jarladth Travers, Delia McMahon
The statutory deadline for filing CRS and US FATCA reports for the 2018 year of account was 31 May 2018.
By Graham Collis, Robert Briant, Kevin Butler, Christopher Bickley, Linda Martin, Preetha Pillai
This digest highlights some of the significant legal work carried out by Conyers' lawyers in the past financial year for corporate clients around the globe across economic markets and industry sectors and at all stages of the business life cycle.
By Spencer Vickers
These decisions remind us that for every new beginning, there is an opportunity for a quick end.
By Matthew Brown, Richard Evans
As a major incorporation jurisdiction, the issue of shadow directorships is an important and practical one for the BVI. There are 3 types of company director recognised by BVI law:
By Jeffrey Elkinson
Bermuda is a self-governing colony; its head of state is the head of state of the United Kingdom. Bermuda has a written constitution which has been in operation since 21 February 1968.
By Alec Anderson
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to tax laws and regulations that may occur in Bermuda.
By Graham Collis
The latest move by the European Union to address perceived harmful tax practices takes the form of imposing economic substance requirements on international financial centres (IFCs).
By Tracey Spevack, Justine Blakesley
Mrs Spevack will be responsible for providing leadership, direction and management and overseeing the day-to-day operations of the business.
By Maree Martin, Craig Fulton, Ruth Hatt
Cayman financial services providers, including entities carrying on securities investment business are required to comply with the Proceeds of Crime Law (2018 Revision), the Anti-Money Laundering Regulations (2018 Revision) ...
By Graham Collis, David Cooke, Marcello Ausenda, Niel Jones
We are pleased to present the latest edition of our Bermuda Public Companies Update which features a recap of significant transactions involving Bermuda public companies listed on the NYSE and Nasdaq for the period of H2 2018.
By Dawn Griffiths, Elizabeth Denman, Neil Henderson, William Cooper, Stephanie Henderson Wernbo
The recent Economic Substance Act, 2018, passed in December 2018, included within it a series of amendments to the Investment Funds Act, 2006 .
By Richard Evans, Alecia Johns
Following the passing of the 2013 Arbitration Act and the subsequent establishment of the International Arbitration Centre, the BVI is committed to both the conduct of arbitrations in the jurisdiction ...
By Paul Smith, Spencer Vickers
The thought of settling in the Cayman Islands almost always evokes images of white sand beaches, calm blue seas and maybe even a cold piña colada.
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