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Carey Olsen
Corporate governance and directors' decision-making can affect the tax residency of an entity.
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
Jersey law recognises two cell company vehicles: the (Jersey) Protected Cell Company ("PCC") , a "second generation" PCC that represents the first significant advance
Carey Olsen
Treasury shares are well established in other jurisdictions, and were introduced into Jersey law by the Companies (Amendment No. 9) (Jersey) Law 2008.
Collas Crill
The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (the Privy Council) has recently had to consider when a company can and should be wound up on a just and equitable basis.
Carey Olsen
All Jersey companies have new reporting obligations from 6 January 2021.
Ogier
A new law was approved by the Luxembourg parliament on 25 November 2020 (the Law)[1], which aims to maintain flexible governance measures.
Collas Crill
This article was produced by Sam Sturrock of Collas Crill and Shervin Binesh of Sanne for Jersey - First for Finance, published by The Times Group on behalf of Jersey Finance.
Appleby
Consideration is often given as to the circumstances when the courts may intervene in the administration of Jersey trusts.
Carey Olsen
A Jersey fund can be established as:...
Collas Crill
The case of Sevilleja v Marex Financial Ltd (Marex) cast the spotlight firmly on what remedies are available to creditors and shareholders of a company.
Ogier
Many people reading this will have already read about the huge success of SPACs in the US (if not, please do read this enlightening article by Ogier BVI partner, Michael Killourhy).
Walkers
The Companies (Jersey) Law 1991, as amended (the "Law") allows for companies incorporated outside of Jersey to migrate and become a Jersey entity and similarly allows for a Jersey company...
Collas Crill
The Royal Court of Guernsey has recently handed down judgment upon an application by the liquidators of CanArgo Limited (Company), Ben Rhodes and Alan Roberts of Grant Thornton (Liquidators)...
Ogier
In the current economic environment, directors will be fully focussed on avoiding any breach of their fiduciary duties, particularly if they are directors of companies experiencing or at risk of financial distress.
Carey Olsen
In the recent judgment of Murray v Camerons Limited, the Royal Court of Jersey made some noteworthy comments on contractual formation and validity...
Walkers
Following on from our previous note discussing who is able to make decisions on behalf of a Jersey company, this note provides a brief summary of how such decisions can be made and documented.
Maples Group
Expert legal commentary and analysis on the key issues and developments in private equity in Jersey.
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Collas Crill
Economic substance legislation has been introduced in each of our offshore jurisdictions, requiring all businesses with entities in those jurisdictions to carefully consider whether they fall within scope and if so, ...
Ogier
Take-private transactions have long been a feature of the legal landscape in the Cayman Islands, whether as a tool for acquiring a company or in order to re-list the company on a more favourable...
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