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Substance Over Style
Guernsey's new Substance Requirement Law is enhancing the island's international compliance even further, says Trust Corporation International Chairman Michael Betley in eprivateclient's 2019 Guernsey Report, A Global Island.
Guernsey
13 Aug 2019
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On The Brink Of Insolvency: When Should Directors Consider The Interests Of Creditors?
In the recent decision of BTI 2014 LLC v Sequana SA and others, the English Court of Appeal issued helpful guidance regarding the question of when the directors of a company in financial difficulty
Guernsey
30 Jun 2019
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Guernsey Courts Endorsed For ‘Big Ticket' Disputes
Guernsey's courts have been praised for the ability to handle "big ticket" private wealth cases by one of London's leading private wealth litigators.
Guernsey
3 Dec 2018
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Dispute Judgements Mean That Guernsey's Trust Sector Is A Winner
In the Guernsey Press' Q2 2018 Business Review, Advocate Mathew Newman, Head of Ogier's Guernsey Dispute Resolution team, looks at various dispute judgments in Guernsey to demonstrate why the island is credible and developed trusts jurisdiction.
Guernsey
14 Aug 2018
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Balancing Transparency With Privacy
In the Guernsey Press' Q2 2018 Business Review, Appleby Partner Richard Field examines whether public beneficial ownership registers are incompatible with privacy rights.
Guernsey
14 Aug 2018
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AML ‘No Consent': Suspicion And Provenance Challenges
The Plaintiff sought to terminate the Trust to have the net assets held on trust returned to her.
Guernsey
13 Jul 2018
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Approach To Regulation And Risk – Does The Way You Talk About Compliance Pass The ‘Granny Test'?
But the problem goes beyond the increasing use of jargon and acronyms.
Guernsey
13 Jul 2018
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Privy Council Ruling Restores Confidence In Guernsey Trusts
A landmark Privy Council ruling has been hailed as good news for Guernsey by an island-based lawyer.
Guernsey
30 May 2018
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GDPR Will See Business Fulfil Ethical Expectations, Carey Olsen Conference Told
Ms Gill said that while GDPR had dominated the headlines, little had been made of the forthcoming e-Privacy reforms.
European Union
30 May 2018
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Confidentiality In A Transparent Age
These issues are not straightforward and lend themselves to much subjective thinking.
Guernsey
17 Apr 2018
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‘Ahead Of Its Time' Guernsey Trusts Law Reaches 10-Year Anniversary
The Guernsey Trusts Law remains a reminder of the jurisdiction's ability to innovate and to adapt to changing market conditions, according to leading trust and fiduciary lawyer Russell Clark.
Guernsey
4 Apr 2018
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Data Security – More Reasons To Be On Your Guard
We are seeing businesses placing an increased focus on data security and how they manage personal data.
Guernsey
5 Mar 2018
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GDPR And Investment Funds
GDPR is the current office 'crusade du jour' in many a financial, legal or investment management firm here in Guernsey.
Guernsey
19 Feb 2018
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Shareholder Activism: Should Guernsey Companies Be Worried?
Activist shareholder campaigns, traditionally a feature of the US corporate environment, have become an increasingly common occurrence outside the US.
Guernsey
6 Feb 2018
15
The GDPR, Guernsey And The Financial Sector
Some firms have grown quickly and/or been acquisitive in recent years.
Guernsey
19 Jan 2018
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Protected Cell Companies - Going Beyond Funds And Captive Insurance
At Collas Crill we have seen an increase in the use of the PCC as an effective tool for clients looking to effectively manage a portfolio of diverse assets.
Guernsey
15 Mar 2017
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Guernsey’s Innovative Legislation Evolution
A discussion exploring the recent developments relating to Guernsey's financial services legislation.
Guernsey
20 May 2013
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An Introduction To The Companies (Guernsey) Law, 2008
Alan Chick, Chairman of Richmond Fiduciary Group, considers the structuring opportunities made possible by Guernsey's new and innovative companies legislation.
Guernsey
12 May 2011
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Guernsey’s New Companies Law
Standing still is for statues……A brief overview from Andrew Boyce, Partner at Carey Olsen, of the key changes to Guernsey’s Companies Legislation
Guernsey
7 Jul 2008
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A Captive Audience
There was a time when it would have been safe to assume that captive insurance was the preserve of large international organisations. However, innovation in the sector has meant that the advantages it offers have become more accessible and therefore relevant for small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
Guernsey
2 Aug 2007
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