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By Andrew Weaver
Recent developments in both law and regulation in Jersey have demonstrated the engagement by all parts of the sector, government, regulator and industry, in innovation and development. Following the 2013...
By Wendy Benjamin, Simon Harding, Andrew Harding, Michelle Brook (née Hotchkiss), Daniel Healy, James Walsh
In the last 12 months we have advised a number of insurers seeking to restructure their European insurance businesses.
By Rachel York
The financial services industry is being impacted by fintech, or financial technology, which is transforming the way we do business and interact with customers particularly in relation to banking, trading...
By Caren Pegg
The Equality Act 2017 received Royal Assent in July 2017 and its substantive discrimination provisions will come into force in phases over the next two years.
By Appleby  
Recently, we have seen a flurry of activities in relation to digital asset legislation in Bermuda.
By Appleby  
On 26 January 2018, the Court of Civil Appeal delivered its determination on whether a resolution that was produced by a representative of the Respondent (i.e. Stoll Financial Services GmbH) (i)
By Appleby  
Since its inception in or about the year 1804, the department of the Registrar General and Conservator of Mortgages (Registrar General) has been the guardian and conservator of all deeds and documents deposited ...
By Nicholas Davies, Alison Thomson
Cryptocurrencies and the blockchain technology that underpins them are terms that have gained prominence in recent years. According to CoinMarketCap as of 23 May 2018 ...
By Fiona Chan, Quinton Tse
Bermuda is a popular choice of jurisdiction of incorporation for many businesses listed on Hong Kong's stock exchange.
By James Gaudin, Jeremy Berchem, Nele Bhebhe
As the Oxfam scandal deepens, questions are being asked of the ability of the aid sector to self-regulate where sexual misconduct is alleged against its employees.
By Richard Field, Claire Milne, Richard Sheldon
May 25th 2018 is the day the data protection world changed and society took real steps towards changing its attitudes to data.
By Fiona Chan, Vincent Chan
The ground-breaking English High Court decision JSC Mezhdunarodniy Promyshlenniy Bank v Pugachev [2017] has potentially introduced the concept of an "illusory trust", a rather different concept...
By Chris Cheng, Vincent Chan
New chapters and amendments have made significant changes to the Hong Kong listing regime in the past two decades and opened up a new era for the Hong Kong capital markets.
By Anthony Williams, Jared Dann, Camilla Cook
On 20 June 2018 the Guernsey Court of Appeal handed down its eagerly awaited judgment in relation to the scope of the so-called rule in Hastings Bass.
By Tony Heaver-Wren, Eliot Simpson, Andrew Jackson
A number of Section 238 cases are continuing to work their way through the courts.
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