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By Bradley Kruger, Michael Robinson
An increasing number of businesses are concluding that a security token offering (STO) is now the preferred approach to raise funds for their project, product or platform.
By Tim Clipstone, Emily Haithwaite, Bradley Kruger, Niamh Lalor, Marcus Leese, Nick Rogers, Simon Schilder, Ray Wearmouth
With effect from 1 January 2019 and, in order to address the concerns of the EU Code of Conduct Group, new legislation requiring certain entities to demonstrate economic substance ...
By Laura Malpass
In response to the requirements of the EU Code of Conduct Group, the British Virgin Islands has enacted new legislation setting out an economic substance test for tax-resident entities.
By Simon Lofthouse
January is the traditional time of year for writing or updating your will, but Islanders should also consider a LPA to record their wishes about their assets and personal care should they lose mental capacity.
By Peter Longstaffe
This client briefing has been prepared in order to assist directors of companies which have listed debt securities on The International Stock Exchange (TISE or the Exchange) ...
By Peter Longstaffe
The purpose of this briefing is to highlight the principal requirements and key issues to be considered when considering the listing of debt securities on The International Stock Exchange (TISE or the Exchange).
By Ray Wearmouth, Simon Schilder, Michael Killourhy, Nathan Powell
New legislation is currently being considered by the BVI Government which is expected to require in-scope entities that carry on particular activities to have economic substance within the BVI.
By Marcus Leese
The decade since the financial crisis has unquestionably seen a very substantial increase in the quantity and complexity of regulation and compliance obligations applicable to financial services.
By Emily Haithwaite, Niamh Lalor
The value of regulated funds serviced in Jersey has hit a record high over the £300 billion mark – and signs point to continued growth in 2019, says Ogier partner Emily Haithwaite.
By Nick Rogers, David McIntyre
From 1 January 2019, new legislation will come into effect in the Cayman Islands, requiring in-scope entities that carry on particular activities to have demonstrable economic substance in Cayman.
By Nick Williams, Sally Edwards, Gavin Ferguson, Anthony Partridge, Giorgio Subiotto, Josephine Howe, Rebecca McNulty, Fraser Allister, Chris Hards, Tehya Morgan
Legal privilege is a topic that is particularly relevant to regulated providers of trust company business in the context of investigations they may face and the duty of candour owed...
By Nick Williams, Rebecca McNulty
The subject of legal professional privilege has been back in the spotlight recently, with the English Court of Appeal decision in SFO v. ENRC substantially reversing the original High Court decision
By Joanne Huckle
Increasingly, I am instructed by LPs seeking their own Cayman legal counsel prior to committing capital.
By Ogier  
After a much-needed reform in the law, people in Jersey can now create Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA)
By Martyn Baudains, Alison Ricketts
Over the last ten years significant changes have been made to Guernsey's laws of succession, the effects of which may be overlooked by some homeowners.
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