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Collas Crill
1 October 2020 saw the first announcement of a company intending to list on the International Property Securities Exchange (IPSE), the world's first securities exchange developed exclusively...
Walkers
Economic downturns typically give rise to increased insolvency proceedings and stakeholder-driven litigation (as described in our recent briefing).
Guernsey
Walkers
One of the most common parts of our jobs as offshore law Banking & Finance legal specialists is advising on security packages as part of pre-deal structuring and fee quoting.
Ogier
The benefits of using a Guernsey company in terms of company law provisions and tax treatment are extremely wide but generally include separate ...
Carey Olsen
Given the increasing global drive towards transparency and the cross-border sharing of information, trusts and corporate service providers are now more regularly the recipients of requests, demands, and orders.
Carey Olsen
It has become common place in the universe of multi-jurisdictional transactions for parties to seek a legal opinion ("Opinion") on entities domiciled in,
Carey Olsen
In this briefing, our Jersey Trusts and Private Wealth lawyers outline the the types and uses of Jersey law trusts, including discretionary trusts,...
Carey Olsen
Around the world family offices are growing in number. Family offices are increasingly becoming the organisation of choice for very wealthy families
Walkers
Limited partnerships which are registered overseas may now migrate into Guernsey under the Limited Partnerships (Guernsey) (Migration) Regulations, 2020, which came into force on 30 July 2020.
Collas Crill
The States of Guernsey yesterday passed The Limited Partnerships (Guernsey) (Migration) Regulations, 2020.
Carey Olsen
This guide has been produced to provide an at-a-glance summary of company law in Jersey and to provide a broad overview of the laws applicable in this jurisdiction
Carey Olsen
This note includes information relating to the listing process and listing documentation requirements of The International Stock Exchange Authority Limited (the "Authority").
Collas Crill
This is part of a series of guides in which we examine areas of Guernsey law that frequently arise in practice Further guides will be released weekly; click here to subscribe to receive these by email
Ogier
Directors' duties are the duties owed by executive and non-executive directors to the companies to which they are appointed and are personal to each director.
Ogier
Guernsey entities continue to be popular in asset-holding structures and, accordingly, lenders are regularly asked to put in place financing arrangements involving Guernsey entities
Ogier
The use of electronic signatures in Guernsey is well established. The Electronic Transactions Guernsey Law of 2000 established that documents...
Collas Crill
A High Court decision has, among other findings, provided clarity to the effect of the statutory provisions relating to dissolved companies once they are restored to the Register. The High Court held that directors' duties...
GuernseyFinance
The private equity (PE) landscape is likely to change in the post-Covid world, with distressed strategies expected to see the greatest rise in transactions, according to a new report from Intertrust.
Walkers
Volatile asset values call for cool heads and calm decisions. Dangers abound, but a complete aversion to risk can shut off good opportunities. A question for many fiduciary businesses...
GuernseyFinance
The former Director General of the private equity industry body the British Venture Capital Association has given his backing to Guernsey on devising principles for green and sustainable investment for the PE sector.
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