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Shah And Garnet – Lessons To Be Learnt For FSBs
There must have been close to an audiblesigh of relief from banks and other financialinstitutions when the final decision in thelandmark case Shah and another v HSBCPrivate Bank (UK) Ltd ("Shah") was handeddown by the High Court of Justice in May2012, not least because it ended four and ahalf years of litigation, six reported decisions(three from the Court of Appeal) and a gooddeal of uncertainty during that time.
Guernsey
22 May 2013
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Does Shah Provide Certainty For Banks In Guernsey?
A discussion on the final decision in the landmark case Shah and another v HSBC Private Bank Ltd was handed down recently by the High Court of Justice.
Guernsey
25 Apr 2013
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GFSC Enforcement Action And The Right To Appeal
In the current economic climate it would seem (anecdotally at least) that the Guernsey Financial Services Commission is taking regulatory action more regularly and forcefully than in years gone by.
Guernsey
15 Feb 2012
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No Captive To Fortune: Guernsey Confirms Stance On Solvency 2
On 25 January this year, in a joint statement, the States of Guernsey and the GFSC confirmed that it was not Guernsey’s present intention to seek third country equivalence under the EU’s ‘Solvency 2’ directive.
Guernsey
26 May 2011
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