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Collas Crill
In December 2019 the Guernsey Court of Appeal handed down its decision in Molard International (PTC) Limited and Pullborough Int. Corp v Rusnano Capital AG (in liquidation)
Collas Crill
Trustees will be familiar with the use of an instrument of retirement, appointment and indemnity for transfer of trusteeship.
A mistake or a failure to take into account relevant considerations? The Royal Court is asked to consider its jurisdiction to declare voidable the exercise of a power on both grounds.
Collas Crill
The Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal (Court of Final Appeal) has delivered its highly anticipated judgment in Zhang Hong Li and others v DBS Bank (Hong Kong)
Carey Olsen
Jersey has made no secret of the fact that it strives to be a leading jurisdiction for private wealth management and that it is open for family office business.
Bedell Cristin Cayman Partnership
Jersey is an attractive choice of jurisdiction in which to establish philanthropic structures for a variety of reasons.
Bedell Cristin Cayman Partnership
Jersey is an attractive choice of jurisdiction in which to establish such structures for a variety of reasons.
There are distinguishing characteristics between charity (which tends to focus on the relief of a particular social problem) and philanthropy (which tends to address the root cause of the problem).
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning (BCP/DRP) is good practice for businesses, sometimes even imposed by law or the regulator. The coronavirus crisis currently exposes businesses around the world...
Withers LLP
This article was originally published in December 2019 for the Trusts & Trustees Journal (Vol 25, No 10, pp 1025-1032), under the title ‘To reserve or not to reserve? That is the question – Part I'.
Wrigleys Solicitors
We look here at what it means for a school or academy trust to be an exempt charity and how they can comply with their duties.
DAC Beachcroft LLP
The NHS estate is in a parlous state. Years of austerity, selling off assets and diverting capital funding to balance day-to-day spending has created a £6 billion maintenance backlog.
Withers LLP
The most uncertain election in years presents business founders and owners with a challenging environment for making important decisions on what to do with their company.
Charles Russell Speechlys
The EU's Fifth Directive on Anti Money Laundering (AMLD 5) will take effect from 10 March 2020. The Directive aims to bring transparency requirements for trusts into line with corporate ...
Withers LLP
Our expertise and the service we provide to UK clients has, once again, been recognised in the latest set of rankings and reviews to be published by Legal 500 UK and Chambers and Partners UK.
DAC Beachcroft LLP
More trusts are turning to the ‘split site' model to redesign how and where they deliver services. Such re-engineering requires skilled leadership, and staff and public engagement, but is this a panacea?
DAC Beachcroft LLP
NHS charities say their potential to make important contributions to patient care is underused. We look at the new initiatives hoping to change that...
Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants
The UK government intends to introduce a new register of People with Significant Control over Overseas Companies, "the PSCOC Register", in order to improve transparency of beneficial ownership for foreign entities which own UK properties.
Welcome to the latest edition of Trust Essentials, led by new partners Jennifer Fox and Nic Journeaux.
Collas Crill
The Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal has delivered its highly anticipated judgment, overturning the earlier judgments and confirming that trustees may continue to rely...
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