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As of Monday, 24 August, General Registry will resume certain services for the public at its Government Administration Building counter.
Walkers
One of the consequences of the slowdown in fundraising caused by the recent pandemic seems to have been an increase in the use of Separately Managed Accounts ("SMAs") as investment vehicles.
Walkers
Businesses in the Channel Islands are now starting to resume normal operations as much as possible.
Appleby
On 26 June 2020, the Cayman courts made a winding up order for an insolvent company notwithstanding arguments from the company that the COVID-19
Appleby
Our latest Regulatory updates for the Cayman Islands.
Conyers
Remote Court hearings by video-link have now become common in the Cayman Islands, especially during Covid-19 lockdown. Alex Potts QC and Róisín Liddy-Murphy of Conyers discuss some of...
Appleby
The coronavirus pandemic has created unprecedented circumstances for business operations globally. Economists have warned the fallout could be similar to that of the 2008 recession
Conyers
There have now been over 6 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection globally, and over 370,000 deaths.
Cayman Islands Government
General Registry is adopting interim measures to assist members of the public register new-born babies during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Appleby
The global spread of COVID-19 and the sustained containment protocols in place including social distancing and quarantine, together with the anticipated prolonged remote working arrangements...
Campbells
As lockdown restrictions begin to be relaxed there seems to be little sign of frustration easing.
Maples Group
The Cayman Islands Government has granted further filing extensions in respect of the financial services industry.
Cayman Islands Government
General Registry is helping members of the public access birth, death and marriage certificates in the face of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Cayman Islands Government
The Ministry's usual engagement with local and international stakeholders is ongoing, and progress continues to be made to address the international obligations as required.
Campbells
The requirements for filing of beneficial ownership information for Cayman Islands companies will change with effect from 15 May 2020 in two respects due to international requirements.
Campbells
The Covid-19 outbreak and restrictions imposed by the Cayman Islands Government to assist in managing the spread of the virus are having a profound effect on businesses in Cayman.
Walkers
The Grand Court of the Cayman Islands (the "Grand Court") has implemented a number of pro-active practical steps and practice directions that are aimed to ensure continuity....
Ogier
A substantive hearing of a winding up petition in the Financial Services Division last week successfully conducted via video-link shows the Cayman Court is effectively responding to the challenges
Collas Crill
In light of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the various Cayman Islands government agencies have clarified the existing position with regards certain filings, granted deadline extensions and deferred the payment of certain fees.
HSM Chambers
There is no doubt the COVID-19 pandemic has turned the world — and many lives — upside down.
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