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By Carlos de Serpa Pimentel, David Dorgan, Vanessa Schrum, Alison Mackrill, David Pytches
In April 2018, the European Parliament is expected to adopt the EU's 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive (5AMLD), as agreed by EU Member States on 13th December 2017.
By David Dorgan
Various minor amendments will clarify and enhance Article 9A.
By Sailaja Alla, Bryan Hunter
The Cayman Islands has a reputation as a leading and competitive international financial centre and keeps this reputation by maintaining a regulatory framework based on the highest international standards.
By David Bulley
The first quarter of 2018 has seen the Dow and NASDAQ pushing through record highs, increasing consumer confidence in the U.S. and Europe (excluding the UK) and the January ADP jobs report, the latest at the time of writing, showed private payrolls increasing by 49,000 (26.5%) more than expected.
By Wendy Benjamin, James Gaudin, Andrew Weaver, Daniel Healy
The Jersey Financial Services Commission (the JFSC) has released its revised Codes of Practice (the Codes) which will be effective from 21 March 2018.
By Neil Molyneux
Tenancy agreements (also known as leases) can be in writing or if for less than three years can also be agreed orally.
By Tonesan Amissah, Sally Penrose
Bermuda is a major centre in the international offshore investment fund industry with over US$200bn of fund assets domiciled here. In addition to over 600 investment funds registered ...
By Peter McMaster QC
New rules mean third-party litigation funding has become acceptable in the Cayman Islands and Hong Kong in certain instances, opening up new investment opportunities for the growing number of hedge fund operating in the space.
By Matthew Carr
There is no denying that technological developments are continually changing the way we live.
By Josephine Noddings
A company incorporated in Bermuda or to which the Companies Act 1981 otherwise applies, can apply to be registered under the Segregated Accounts Companies Act 2000 (Act).
By Ashley Fife
o what extent are assets in offshore trusts sheltered from claims made under other jurisdictions' laws against settlors, beneficiaries, trustees or trust property?
By Andrew Bolton, Mark Holligon, Peter McMaster QC, Fraser Robertson, Eliot Simpson, John Wasty, Anthony Williams, Andrew Willins, Yahia Nazroo
It is once again time for Appleby's round-up of significant decisions handed down by the courts of our various jurisdictions in the preceding year.
By Simon Harding
The further draft of the Code published by the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority (IOMFSA) in November is expressed to constitute a "final consultation". We now can expect the Code to be enacted...
By David Pytches
30 June 2018 is the absolute cut-off date by which all companies and certain other entities in the Isle of Man must have submitted details of their principal owners ...
By Andrew Harding
As of the first of November 2017, Isle of Man law allows for the establishment of a person to act as exempt manager, exempt asset manager or exempt investment adviser to or more Isle of Man specialist funds...
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