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By Mark Forte, Alecia Johns, Lauren Peaty
In a judgment handed down by the British Virgin Islands High Court on 25 July 2019, Renaissance Ventures Ltd and another were awarded rectification of the share register of a billion dollar corporate group, Comodo Holdings Ltd.
By Charles Collis, Christopher Garrod, Sophia Greaves, Chiara Nannini
Amendments to the Insurance Act 1978, which became operative on 5 August, have introduced two new classes of insurer and a new category of insurance intermediary.
By Anton Goldstein, Rachael Pape
Under the ES Act, "legal entities" carrying on a "relevant activity" need to establish economic substance in the BVI.
By Richard Evans
As the new legal year begins, Conyers is pleased to note that the BVI Commercial Court has confirmed the appointment of the following Judges:
By Ben Adamson
The Court of Appeal strongly disagreed with this logic and ordered that the appeal should in any event be public.
By Audrey Robertson
There are no restrictions on foreign lenders financing an aircraft locally, nor on borrowers using the loan proceeds.
By Julie McLean, Angela Atherden
Whether such title transfer includes all installed parts (like an APU) would depend on the terms of the contract.
By Nigel Meeson Q.C.
The common law principle of reflective loss has been judicially described as a "perplexing and developing area".
By Alan Dickson, Maree Martin
The Cayman Islands Securities Investment Business Law (2019 Revision) has been amended by the Securities Investment Business (Amendment) Law, 2019 to, amongst other things, require certain "excluded persons" ...
By Graham B.R. Collis, David Cooke, Marcello Ausenda, Niel Jones
The first half of 2019 saw a notable slow-down in global market activity from the same period last year.
By Nigel Meeson Q.C.
This has included auditors, administrators and custodians, as well as persons serving as independent directors.
By Marcello Ausenda, Victor Richards
The new regulations have been spearheaded by the Bermuda Shipping and Maritime Authority as part of its strategy to position the Bermuda shipping offering as best in class.
By Neil Henderson
Until 2018, ABS transactions in the aviation sector followed a largely similar structure.
By Chiara Nannini
Bermuda is the world's largest captive domicile with over 700 active captive licences on its register generating approximately US$54 billion in annual gross written premiums.
By Nigel Meeson Q.C.
Restructuring of insolvent companies in the Cayman Islands is implemented by a flexible regime comprising the appointment of provisional liquidators coupled with an adjournment of the winding-up petition.
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