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By Nicholas Blake-Knox, Kerill O'Shaughnessy, Sarah Maguire, Eimear Keane, Jennifer Fox, Nessa Joyce
The European Commission (the "Commission") has published two legislative proposals for the establishment, at EU level, of enabling frameworks for sovereign bond-backed securities ("SBBSs")...
By Aisling Burke, Jonathan Sheehan, Eimear Burbridge
On 5 September 2018, the Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform published Ireland's Corporation Tax Roadmap.
By Jonathan Betts, Natalie Neto, Rachel Nightingale
Bermuda has a long-standing reputation for conservative and effective supervision and regulation in the financial services sector and currently operates one of the largest (re)insurance markets in the world.
By Sarah Brehaut, Phoebe Dengate Thrush, Fiona MacAdam, Amy McLeish
In the increasingly internationalised corporate world, complex cross-border structures which include an offshore entity at some level within the structure ...
By Neil Lupton, Matthew Goucke, Timothy Haynes, Laura Rogers, Chris Keefe, Rupert Bell, Ashley Gunning, Hughie Wong, Joanne Collett, Fraser Hern, Denise Wong, Daniel Wood
A recent judgment of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands1 (Grand Court) has raised a number of important issues for the processing of redemptions in master-feeder structures.
By Nicole Tovey, Benjamin McCosker
This article explains how for almost twenty years now, de facto debtor-in-possession, management-led restructurings have been facilitated in Bermuda by reference to this bespoke restructuring regime.
By Jonathan Betts, Natalie Neto, Rachel Nightingale
Bermuda has established itself as a leading (re)insurance centre, which has one of the world's largest captive and insurance-linked securities ("ILS") markets.
By Matthew Goucke, Chris Keefe, Amy McLeish
A recent judgment of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands1 (Grand Court) has provided clarity for investors and insolvency practitioners alike with respect to the entitlement of former investors with claims for unpaid redemption ...
By Rupert Morris, Alison Ozanne
On 20 June 2018 the Guernsey Court of Appeal handed down its eagerly anticipated judgment in M v St Anne's Trustees Limited
By Nicholas Blake-Knox, Sarah Maguire, Kerill O'Shaughnessy
Yesterday, 4 September 2018, the Central Bank of Ireland (the "Central Bank") published a letter to industry setting out its findings of a thematic review undertaken on the payment of performance fees
By Nicholas Blake-Knox, Kerill O'Shaughnessy, Sarah Maguire, Eoin O’Connor
The following looks briefly at the potential implications, for investment funds authorised and regulated in Ireland, of the establishment of an Irish Credit Register.
By Colette Wilkins, Nick Dunne
When Somerset Maugham described the French Riviera as a "sunny place for shady people", he could just as well been referring to public opinion of the offshore world after the release of the Panama
By Robert Dobbyn, Carla Plater
Not for the first time in recent years, the Royal Court of Jersey has shown itself willing to assist a trustee by setting aside a previous decision of that trustee ...
By Nicholas Blake-Knox, Sarah Maguire, Kerill O'Shaughnessy
The peer review group identified a number of policy follow-ups for ESMA which may well be indicative of areas of focus for future guidance from ESMA.
By Joanne Collett, Timothy Haynes, Fiona MacAdam, Robert Foote, Neil Lupton
The Grand Court of the Cayman Islands (the "Court") has appointed ‘soft touch' provisional liquidators ("PLs") to the Hong Kong listed company CW Group Holdings Limited (the "Company") ...
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