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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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The Guernsey Competition And Regulatory Authority Ordinance, 2012
From 1 June Guernsey has a brand new regulator.
Guernsey
20 Jun 2012
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Garnet - A New Investigatory Role For The Banks?
The (as yet, unreported) decision of the Court of Appeal in the matter of "The Chief Officer, Customs & Excise, Immigration and Nationality Service -v- Garnet Investments Limited" could have wide ramifications for the banking industry and those regularly subject to the reporting regimes under the Criminal Justice (Proceeds of Crime) Bailiwick of Guernsey Law 1999 (the Proceeds Law).
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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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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Informal Freezes: Guernsey Court Gives Authorities Cold Shoulder Over 8 Year Restraint
Michael Adkins sees light at the end of the tunnel for those affected by an ‘informal freeze’ following disclosure to the financial crime authorities, when the Royal Court of Guernsey quashed a refusal to release funds after an 8 year restraint.
Guernsey
26 May 2011
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