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Cayman Islands Economic Substance Legislation
New legislation came into effect on 1 January 2019 in the Cayman Islands which requires certain Cayman Islands entities carrying on certain activities to demonstrate that they have sufficient "economic substance" ...
Cayman Islands
4 Jul 2019
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Economic Substance Update
The draft Economic Substance Code has now been published by the ITA and contains rules and guidance from the ITA with regard to the application of the Economic Substance (Companies and Limited Partnerships) Act 2018.
British Virgin Islands
4 Jul 2019
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Opportunities For Private Clients In The British Virgin Islands
Succession planning for offshore incorporations, particularly those where companies are controlled by one individual, needs careful consideration.
British Virgin Islands
4 Jul 2019
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AIFMD: Marketing Offshore Funds To EU Investors
Last year’s implementation of the EU’s Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) introduced an entirely new regulatory framework in Europe.
European Union
9 Dec 2014
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Guernsey Assigned An AA+ Credit Rating
The international credit rating agency, Standard & Poor's (S&P), has assigned a high grade AA+ credit rating for Guernsey.
Guernsey
10 Nov 2014
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Guernsey Financial Advice Standards - An Update
The Guernsey Financial Advice Standards (GFAS) is a set of standards to be introduced within Guernsey’s finance industry.
Guernsey
13 Jun 2014
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Funds News Autumn 2013
A number of legislative and regulatory developments in both Jersey and Guernsey are explored in our autumn issue of Collas Crill Funds News
Guernsey
14 Oct 2013
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Investment Funds In Guernsey
Guernsey has been an established base for collective investment funds for decades.
Guernsey
30 Aug 2013
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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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Solid Foundations Or Castles In The Sand… A Review Of The Foundations Laws Of Guernsey And Jersey - Similarities, Differences And Practical Applications
Jersey’s foundations law came into force in 2009. It gave birth to a new Jersey legal entity, this creature of statute being the Jersey foundation.
Guernsey
4 Dec 2012
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The Walking Dead & Other External Pressures Facing The Channel Islands
Guernsey and Jersey are fleet-footed and professional in the way they respond to international initiatives, to ensure their jurisdictions remain attractive and at the forefront of developments in international finance.
Guernsey
7 Nov 2012
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Crisis Management - The Unwanted Email
There are several ‘crisis’ scenarios in which a regulated financial services institution might be required to disclose documents they hold.
Guernsey
16 Feb 2012
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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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