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Economic Substance Requirements In Bermuda
Bermuda is a well-respected and successful financial centre that is globally recognised for implementing the highest standards of compliance, regulation and transparency.
Bermuda
26 Nov 2018
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Mauritius Department Of The Registrar General And Conservator Of Mortgages Goes Paperless
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 ...
Mauritius
6 Jul 2018
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OECD'S Reporting Standard: Collateral Damage
The elimination of tax evasion is a laudable objective. Governments miss out on revenue if assets are moved to other jurisdictions to evade taxes, and the impact is greater in poorer countries.
Bermuda
16 Feb 2017
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Following The Money: Effective Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments Or Arbitral Awards In The Cayman Islands And BVI
A client has obtained a judgment or arbitral award, the judgment debt remains unpaid, and the assets of the judgment debtor appear to be located in an offshore jurisdiction such as the Cayman Islands...
Cayman Islands
28 Nov 2016
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Secrecy, Privacy And A French Legal Case
This article explores latest developments in Europe concerning the fight against money laundering. While focused on Europe, the issues at stake are global in scope so we hope readers from all regions find this item of value.
European Union
12 Oct 2016
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Alternative Banking Regime In The Isle Of Man
On 1 August, significant changes were made to the Isle of Man's banking regulatory framework, through the introduction of two new classes of deposit-taking licence.
Isle of Man
12 Aug 2016
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Legitimate Interest - Changing The Law Of Penalties
Much has previously been written about what may constitute an unenforceable contractual penalty clause.
Isle of Man
12 Aug 2016
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Cayman Islands: Confidential Relationships Law To Be Repealed
The Government of the Cayman Islands has this week gazetted a bill to repeal the statute that has frequently – and mistakenly – been described as Cayman's banking secrecy law.
Cayman Islands
20 May 2016
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Remember To Reclassify Your Bermuda Exempt Fund By 3 October
The Bermuda Investment Funds Act 2006 was amended with effect from 4 October 2013 by the Investment Funds Amendment Act 2013 (Amendment Act).
Bermuda
25 Jan 2016
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Weighing Up The Risk: Basel III For Isle Of Man Banks
The financial crisis and subsequent "great recession" has been described by former Federal Reserve Chairman, Ben Bernanke, as the worst financial crisis in global history...
Bermuda
2 Dec 2015
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Offshore-i: Quarter One 2014 Report On Offshore M&A
Welcome to our first edition of Offshore-i for 2014, where we present our regular quarterly analysis of transactions data for the offshore markets.
Worldwide
22 May 2014
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Wealth Structuring 20:20
Welcome to this inaugural edition of our new Wealth Structuring 20:20 report, a feature publication that aims to tap into the issues facing high net worth individuals around the globe.
Worldwide
 
9 Apr 2014
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Banking Secrecy In The Cayman Islands
The offshore jurisdictions are commonly thought to be highly secretive, with banking secrecy being an important part of what they offer.
Cayman Islands
11 Mar 2014
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Jersey Court-Sanctioned Banking Business
Standard Chartered consolidated its two Jersey banking entities into a single operating platform for its Jersey business in September 2013.
Jersey
30 Jan 2014
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Guide To Registration Of Banks In Guernsey
Banks have been very important in helping Guernsey to develop as an international finance centre.
Guernsey
9 Oct 2013
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New Regulatory Chiefs In UK And US: Implications For Cayman
On 1st April the new UK "Twin Peaks" regulatory regime was launched. The much criticised FSA was replaced with the Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") and the Prudential Regulatory Authority ("PRA"). Martin Wheatley, the FCA’s chief executive has publicly criticised the approach of the former FSA as "robotic" and a more challenging UK regulatory climate is widely anticipated.
Cayman Islands
8 May 2013
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Guide To Registration Of Banks In Jersey
Jersey has a well established reputation as an international banking centre and the number of banks registered in the Island remains stable.
Bermuda
14 Mar 2013
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Companies And Business Names Etc Bill 2012
The Companies and Business Names etc Bill 2012 has recently received its third reading in the Legislative Council.
Isle of Man
12 Feb 2013
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2011: A Year Of Regulatory Change Offshore
The year 2011 was undoubtedly an eventful one, and for trusts and estates practitioners the uncertain economic conditions came at a time of numerous legislative developments offshore.
Cayman Islands
19 Mar 2012
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Alternative Sources Of Corporate Finance: Convertible Bonds
In an age of tight credit and nervous stock markets, alternative sources of corporate finance are becoming increasingly important.
UK
26 Oct 2011
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