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By Clive Langley, Tiffany Boys, Shannon Cann, Amanda Burns
Effective 1 January 2018, the Cape Town Convention and the related Protocol (Convention) came into force pursuant to the Bermuda International Interests in Mobile Equipment (Cape Town Convention) Act 2016.
By Jonathan Anderson
Making an application for planning permission can seem like a somewhat opaque and even daunting process.
By Carlos de Serpa Pimentel, David Dorgan, Vanessa Schrum, Alison Mackrill, David Pytches
Furthermore, it is worth noting that on 3 January 2018 the Commission announced that, as of 1 January 2018...
By Jennifer Eve
Bermuda is a significant player in the reinsurance market and its position in this market has led to the growth of the use of funds as the funding vehicles for many reinsurance companies.
By DAVID BULLEY
With 2017 having drawn to a close, it makes sense to look back briefly at the work which has driven the offshore restructuring world in the past year.
By Richard Sheldon
If not and a check is appropriate, then consideration must be given to the level of check.
By Kate Storey
2017 has seen Guernsey underline its position as the go-to jurisdiction for longevity risk transfers with the announcement of two further deals, following on from the first ground-breaking ...
By Steven Rees Davies
Global players woefully unprepared for Cyber, BEPS and Europe's General Data Protection Regulations challenges – Bermuda Roundtable Bermuda's sophisticated insurance market ...
By Andrew Willins
On 11 December 2017, the Registry of the Commercial Division of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (the ECSC) announced that the British Virgin Islands' Commercial Court will return to Tortola from St Lucia, with effect from the start of January 2018.
By Anna Snead, Jeremy Walton
Anna Snead and Jeremy Walton co-authored the Cayman Islands chapter in this guide, published in June 2017.
By Peter Colegate, Natalie Lazenby
While much of the Cayman Islands' financial services legislation was written before the FinTech revolution began, recent years have seen the jurisdiction take legal and regulatory steps that will allow FinTech innovation to thrive.
By Peter McMaster QC, Jeremy Snead
Claims by funds against investors who have successfully redeemed have hitherto enjoyed limited success in the Cayman Islands.
By Jonathan Anderson
For those unfamiliar, Airbnb provides an online platform for homeowners, or ‘hosts' to rent out their homes, rooms or apartments to others.
By Andrew Willins, Justin Davis
On 20th November 2017 the Court of Appeal handed down its judgment in the latest round of litigation arising out of the fallout of Bernard Madoff's multi-billion-dollar ponzi scheme.
By David Dorgan
DISCLOSURE OF TRUST information by trustees to beneficiaries is fundamental in permitting beneficiaries to assert their right to hold trustees to account in the administration of a trust.
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