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Landscape Of Bermuda Financial Sanctions
In the ever-changing world of politics and their related global financial sanctions, it is imperative that businesses understand the financial sanctions
19 Aug 2019
Public Access To Information: A Review
Some four years after coming into operation, more than 100 applications for review have been made under Bermuda's Public Access to Information Act.
9 May 2019
Isle Of Man Regulatory Update - April 2019
At the time of writing, there is still no clarity on if, when or how the United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union (EU) and many potential scenarios ranging from an extension to the deadline
Isle of Man
16 Apr 2019
Brexit Again...!
The Data Protection Act 2018 (Act) is the principal piece of Isle of Man primary legislation addressing data protection.
European Union
12 Apr 2019
Isle Of Man Legislative Update - April 2019
This Act repeals the European Communities (Isle of Man) Act 1973 and makes provisions consequent upon the withdrawal of the UK from the EU (Exit Day).
European Union
12 Apr 2019
Happy Data Protection Day! GDPR, No Deal Brexit And The Crown Dependencies
Today (28 January 2019) marks International Data Protection Day, the day on which the Council of Europe's "Convention 108" on Data Protection was opened for signature.
European Union
31 Jan 2019
Economic Substance Requirements In The Cayman Islands
The Cayman Islands government has published draft legislation that will require certain Cayman Islands entities carrying on specified activities to have ‘adequate substance' in the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands
7 Jan 2019
Business As Usual - Post Brexit Data Flows With The Crown Dependencies
The past week has seen the draft Brexit proposals being released in draft form, together with other related documents setting out the "vision" for the UK's relationship with Europe in the coming years.
28 Nov 2018
Bankers Rights Of Set-Off (Jersey)
Rather than applying the English common law concept of set-off, some Jersey cases suggest that the local courts should instead apply an analogous Jersey concept of ‘compensation’ as referred to in the Privy Council case of Dyson and Another v Godfray 1884 9 App. Cases 726 and more recently in Guidon Investments Limited v de Carteret (1980) JJ 109.
25 Jul 2007
Another Option For Private Trust Companies Following The Companies Amendment Act
Bermuda continues to be a popular jurisdiction for the formation of Private Trust Companies (PTCs) where assets are significant.
25 Jul 2007
Asset-Freezing Injunctions: Can Dividends To Shareholders Be “Ordinary Course” Payments?
The Grand Court of the Cayman Islands has recently granted a Mareva Injunction in the case of KTH Capital v. China One et al against a Cayman registered company controlled by Morgan Stanley.
Cayman Islands
8 Jan 2007
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