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By Paul Smith, Róisín Liddy-Murphy
The DPL came into effect as of 30 September 2019.
By Tameka Davis, Jevgenija (Jane) Fedotova
Until recently Russian and CIS clients would often, without hesitation, choose London as the seat of arbitration and the London Court of International Arbitration Rules as the rules governing the arbitral procedure.
By Christopher Garrod, Jacqueline King
The Digital Asset Business Amendment Act 2019, which became operative on 8 October, amends the existing legislation governing digital assets businesses in Bermuda, including expanding the scope of the licensing regime ...
By Robert Lindley, Wesley O’Brien, Peter Ch'ng
As Downton Abbey captivates audiences worldwide with its portrayal of British aristocracy, it may be timely to consider some old English concepts which have an enduring effect on contemporary trusts practice.
By Paul Smith, Róisín Liddy-Murphy, Jordan McErlean
This year marked the tenth anniversary of the world's first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. Cryptocurrency emerged as a by-product of digital cash with the goal of creating
By Christopher Garrod, Jacqueline King
Bermuda has a long history of being a leading jurisdiction, quick to meet the changing needs of business. From captive insurance to alternative investments, the island has welcomed innovation
By Linda Martin, Elizabeth Elliott, Eric Flaye
These set out the requirements for economic substance that relevant non-EU jurisdictions were required to adopt in order to avoid being blacklisted by the EU.
By Maree Martin, Christopher Bickley, Linda Martin, Preetha Pillai
The Government of the Cayman Islands has announced its intention to introduce a public register of company beneficial ownership.
By Robert Alexander, Neil Henderson
Bermuda's LLC legislation, introduced in 2016, was closely modelled on Delaware's LLC statute.
By Maree Martin, Alan Dickson, Christopher Bickley, Linda Martin, Preetha Pillai
The Companies (Amendment) Law 2019, which was published on 8 August 2019, introduces a new section 55A to the Companies Law (2018 Revision) which came into effect on 1 October 2019.
By Bernadette Chen, Christopher Bickley, Linda Martin, Preetha Pillai, Alan Dickson
The deadline for compliance with the above requirement is six months after the date of the commencement of the Amendment Law.
By Alec Anderson, Helen Cooper, Davina Hargun
In Bermuda there is no income or profits tax, withholding tax, capital gains tax, capital transfer tax or inheritance tax.
By Julie McLean, Angela Atherden
Bermuda is an overseas territory of the United Kingdom. As such, the Register of Aircraft is governed by a UK statute, the Air Navigation (Overseas Territories) Order 2013 (ANOTO).
By Rory O’Connor, Jarladth Travers, Derek Stenson
As the CLO market continues to thrive this year in both the EU and US lawmakers and regulators continue to express concern over systemic risk within CLOs.
By Julie McLean, Angela Atherden
No taxes or duties are payable in Bermuda as a consequence of the execution of an aircraft or engine sale agreement, unless the agreement is physically executed in Bermuda and one of the parties is a local Bermuda company, ...
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