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By Sally Edwards
The birth and growth of the Jersey foundation is a clear example of how the Island's legislature, financial services industry and regulator have worked together to broaden the Island's appeal
By Anthony Partridge, Rachael Reynolds, Jennifer Fox, Fraser Allister
Amendments providing greater certainty and clarity to Cayman trusts law reaffirm the Cayman Islands' position as a market leading jurisdiction for the establishment and administration of sophisticated trust arrangements.
By Anthony Partridge, Rachael Reynolds, Jennifer Fox, Fraser Allister
A commencement date of 14 June 2019 has been set to bring into force the amendments to the Trust Law (2018 Revision) passed by the Cayman Legislative Assembly and gazetted on 15 May 2019.
By Anne-Gaelle Delabye, Benoît Rose
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published an updated version of its questions and answers (Q&A) documents
By Ben Fraser
There are a number of developments in Jersey where the properties can only be owned by "first time buyers".
By Anne-Gaelle Delabye, Benoît Rose
The United Kingdom's Financial Conduct Authority (the FCA) has issued a press release confirming the extension of the deadline for notifications for the Temporary Permissions Regime (the TPR).
By Emily Haithwaite
The Taxation (Companies - Economic Substance) (Jersey) Law 2019 came into force on 1 January 2019
By Rebecca Macé-Balebs, Anne-Gaelle Delabye
On Thursday 23 May 2019, the Luxembourg Supervisory Authority of the Financial Sector (Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier or CSSF)
By Marc Kish, Ulrich Payne, Rachael Reynolds, Jennifer Fox
The global Ogier R&I team have been involved in many of the most complex and high-value offshore schemes and restructurings in recent years including Ocean Rig, QGOG/Constellation Overseas, Shire, Rangold Resources, Abraaj Group and Action Real Estate.
By Laura Shirreffs, Jonathan Hughes
The JEP earlier this month reported that Jersey has seen an explosion in the number of Airbnb properties listed in the Island ...
By Fraser Allister
Shareholders in BVI companies risk making the probate and estates process more lengthy, divisive and costly when they die by not making a formal BVI will, says estates expert Fraser Allister.
By Graeme Loarridge, Melanie McKernan, Richard Parrish
Ogier's newest associates Graeme Loarridge, Melanie McKernan and Richard Parrish have all been admitted to the Cayman Bar.
By William Jean-Baptiste
Following the smooth passage of a new Budget bill, Luxembourg has cut the rate of corporate income tax with immediate effect to attract more international investors.
By Gavin Ferguson, Tehya Morgan
Guernsey's fiduciary companies continue to win substantive mandates for new private wealth structures, and a growing stream of new business is coming from the Middle East.
By Kate Hodson, Joanne Huckle, Nicholas Plowman, Nick Rogers, Justin Savage, Giorgio Subiotto
The Cayman Islands Department for International Tax Cooperation (DITC) has advised that Cayman financial institutions (CFIs) ...
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