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The Golden Opportunity Created By The Post-Financial Crisis Compliance Boom
The decade since the financial crisis has unquestionably seen a very substantial increase in the quantity and complexity of regulation and compliance obligations applicable to financial services.
Jersey
2 Jan 2019
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The Luxembourg SPF: A Private Wealth Management Company Of Choice
Finally, shares of an SPF may not be listed on a stock exchange, or be subject to public placement.
Luxembourg
2 Oct 2018
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The OFT v Abbey National Decision - Enforceability Of Bank Charges
On 24 April 2008, the English High Court released the judgment of Mr. Justice Andrew Smith in the "bank charges" case brought by the Office of Fair Trading ("the OFT") against seven high street banks and a building society in the UK.
Jersey
 
19 Nov 2008
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Changes To Guernsey´s Regulatory Regime
This memorandum has been prepared for the assistance of clients considering carrying out investment fund business in Guernsey.
Guernsey
18 Sep 2008
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Frozen Funds - Jersey’s Royal Court Provides Guidance On The Options For The Customer And The Duties Of The Financial Institution
On 25 April 2008, the Jersey Royal Court handed down an important judgment (“Re: Representation Gichuru”) detailing the options for the customer of a financial institution whose funds have been subject to an informal freeze following the filing of a Suspicious Activity Report, and where the police have refused to consent to payments on the account being made.
Jersey
18 Sep 2008
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FSC Introduces An Annual Financial Reporting Regime
The British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission announced on 9 September 2008 the introduction of an annual financial reporting regime, which will require all funds to file a Mutual Funds Annual Return each year.
British Virgin Islands
17 Sep 2008
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Application Of Chapter 15 Of The US Bankruptcy Code To Non-US Insolvency Proceedings
Two recent US cases in New York have provided some useful insights into the treatment by the US Courts in New York of applications made under Chapter 15 of the US Bankruptcy Code for non-US insolvency proceedings to be treated by the US Courts as the main proceedings for the liquidation of non-US entities.
British Virgin Islands
17 Sep 2008
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