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By Sarah Farrow
The relationship between Jersey and the Middle East is an important one.
By Michael Hanson, Jay Webster
Provisions of the National Pension Scheme (Occupational Pensions) Amendment Act 2019 came into force on Monday 30 December 2019.
By Ashley Fife
The American economist Nouriel Roubini iterates that geopolitical issues are becoming more important: "Because how can you understand the economy if you don't understand geopolitics"
By Michael Padarin
Most fund managers in Hong Kong have a Cayman Islands investment manager in their fund structure which is registered as an ‘Excluded Person' under the SIB Law.
By Huw Thomas, Siobhan Riley, Adele Browne
The Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 ("DPJL") and the Data Protection Authority (Jersey) Law 2018 ("DPAJL") came into force on 25 May 2018.
By Julia Schaefer
Cannabis has recently become a much talked-about topic, especially in Guernsey, with the local media regularly drumming ...
By Christopher Philpott, Will Whitehead
In uncertain times, it is only natural that people seek out stability.
By Natasha Kapp, Nina Clift
The trust was governed by the law of England and Wales, but administered in Guernsey by Guernsey trustees and therefore subject to the jurisdiction of the Royal Court.
By Rachel Jones
The planning process can be complicated and can invariably take longer than envisaged.
By Siobhan Riley
In a tumultuous world where everything feels uncertain, people are understandably in search of a safe harbour.
By Ashley Fife
In a recent article for Trusts & Trustees, Carey Olsen Bermuda's Ashley Fife considers certain aspects of the economic substance requirements relevant to private client structures
By Henry Tucker, Kyle Masters
Companies wishing to take advantage of the provisional liquidation regime must first present a winding-up petition to the court under section 161 of the act.
By Luke Sayer
Within this framework there are both public and private networks.
By Huw Thomas, Alexandra Gill
Data protection law distinguishes between controllers and processors.
By Siobhan Riley
The roots of family offices are recorded as early as the sixth century and involved managing royal wealth.
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