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By David Patterson
The OECD Forum on Harmful Tax Practices (FHTP) has concluded that the domestic legal frameworks of Guernsey and Jersey are in line with agreed standards and therefore "not harmful".
By James Cooke
Many clients now realise that the historic benefits of incorporating elsewhere have been eroded.
By Ashley Fife, Cheri Minors, Keith Robinson
The Chief Justice of Bermuda has handed down an important decision dealing with the power of the court to intervene
By David Patterson
This briefing forms part of our series on identifying relevant activity for the purposes of the Taxation (Companies – Economic Substance) (Jersey) Law 2019 (the "ESJL"), in this case holding
By Adam Bathgate
The month of June 2019 saw a number of important updates to Bermuda's economic substance regime ahead of the 1 July deadline for compliance for entities in existence when the legislation came into force.
By William Grace, Andreas Kistler, Louise Woolrich
The Privy Council has confirmed that the powers of the Comptroller of Taxes and the Attorney General to require the production of pre-existing documents do not violate the privilege against self-incrimination.
By Carey Olsen
In addition, regulators across Europe are still grappling with how to enforce GDPR.
By Carey Olsen
Congratulations to Creandum on this remarkable fundraising of their fifth fund.
By Carey Olsen
The fact it comfortably reached and passed its original fundraising target is testament to Falko's market leading position in the aviation industry.
By Elaine Gray, Leonie Corfield, Alexandra Gill
On 25 May 2019 the Bailiwick of Guernsey's new data protection regime became fully operational. Following the end of the transitional arrangements which were established
By Chris Hutley-Hurst
The Guernsey Revenue Service has today announced some amendments to Guernsey's economic substance legislation.
By Bernadette Carey, Clinton Hempel, Elizabeth Killeen, Graham Stoute, Johanna Murphy
The conflict of laws rules of some jurisdictions do not always determine clearly the situs of intangible moveable property, such as shares in a company
By Michael Hanson, Keith Robinson, Mary V. Ward, Ashley Fife, Adam Bathgate, Cheri Minors, Jay Webster
Bermuda continues to be a preferred jurisdiction in which to establish and maintain family offices. Bermuda's regulatory regime carefully balances privacy with the objective of ensuring appropriate
By Bernadette Carey, Jarrod Farley, Richard Munden, Brian Jacomb
We have deep understanding of the complexity surrounding the legal, business and personal aspects of running a family office in the Cayman Islands.
By Alistair Russell
This briefing note provides a brief overview for lenders and onshore practitioners on the who, how, what, when and why of capital call security perfection in the Cayman Islands.
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