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By Jonathan Betts
This Memorandum provides a summary of duties and liabilities of directors of companies incorporated under the laws of Bermuda. It is not intended to be an exhaustive statement of the law...
By Gavin Smith, William Greensmyth
The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan, announced Monday, 30 July 2018, that the Criminal Justice (Corruption Offences) Act 2018 has come into force.
By Eoin O’Connor, Conor Daly, Bill Laffan, Niall Esler, Shane Martin
Following a relatively settled period, the Irish AML/CFT regime will shortly undergo significant reform in the shape of new domestic legislation with a heavy emphasis on risk, revised industry guidance and...
By Ingrid Pierce
One of the hottest topics recently has been changes around the Cayman AML Regulations and Ingrid Pierce discusses enhanced Anti-Money Laundering Regimes on page 12 of the Wells Fargo Prime Services
By Nick Dunne, Shelley White, Colette Wilkins
The recent decision of the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal in The International Banking Corporation BSC (In Administration) v Ahmad Hamad Algosaibi & Brothers Company has clarified the proper approach
By Jonathan Heaney, Alexandra Corner
The principle of a demerger regime is to enable a company to divide its assets and liabilities between two or more companies and for the transfer of such assets and liabilities to be by operation of law.
By Damian Evans, Fritha Ford
The Royal Court of Jersey has recently held that the claims of both former and new trustees of an insolvent Jersey trust, arising under their respective indemnities and equitable liens, rank pari passu.
By Matt Sanders, Sam Shires
Guernsey has long been one of the world's premier jurisdictions for domiciling investment funds, with approximately £263 billion of assets under management and administration on the Island ...
By Damian Evans, Fritha Ford
The Royal Court of Jersey has recently held that the claims of both former and new trustees of an insolvent Jersey trust, arising under their respective indemnities and equitable liens, rank pari passu.
By Kevin Taylor, Benjamin McCosker, Nicole Tovey, Kai Musson
The notion of majority rule is the basis on which almost all corporate affairs proceed. This concept reflects the doctrine of corporate democracy ...
By Andrew Miller, Heather Murray, Daniel Wood, Rupert Morris, Robert Dobbyn
The 2017/2018 financial year saw the Cayman Islands and Abu Dhabi Global Market join various other jurisdictions within the international community (including Jersey and Guernsey) ...
By Kevin Taylor, Nicole Tovey, Benjamin McCosker, Kai Musson
A bold judicial reimagining of the Court's existing power to appoint a provisional liquidator for asset preservation purposes, Bermuda's ‘lighttouch' provisional liquidation ...
By Neil Lupton, Fiona MacAdam, James Burch, Edward Rhind
Cross-border restructurings often present a number of challenging issues for practitioners not least where the company in financial difficulty is incorporated in a jurisdiction without an efficient or sophisticated
By Eoin O’Connor, Bill Laffan, Shane Martin, Conor Daly
It has been clear for some time that financial institutions likely to be impacted by Brexit need to be prepared.
By Damian Evans, Robert Dobbyn
Although the substantive judgment in the Crociani litigation was handed down on 11 September last year, that vine still had some fruit to bear.
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