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The offshore jurisdictions are thought to be secretive, with banking secrecy being an important part of what those jurisdictions offer to businesses and individuals who use them.
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The Royal Court has had to consider the impact of the regulatory regime in Jersey under the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2005 upon online blog sites.
As set out in Public Trustee v Cooper, there are four categories of administrative application.
A Bermuda court has ruled that the target of an intergovernmental request for information under a TIEA may require the attorney-general to produce the terms of the request.
It is natural that where differences arise between joint venture parties, it is to the BVI, and its successful Commercial Court, that they head to resolve their disputes.
The Bermuda decision of Stiftung Salle Modulable & Rutli Stiftung v Butterfield Trust (Bermuda) Ltd contains important points relevant to the question of litigation funding.
This guide is a summary of the law and procedures relating to limited partnerships in Guernsey.
A company’s business activities must ultimately be conducted by individuals — company directors — notwithstanding that a company has a distinct legal personality.
In this eighth edition of Offshore-i, Appleby presents its analysis of transactions data for the fourth quarter of 2013.
According to the Offshore-i report released by Appleby, quarter-by-quarter offshore deal volumes rose steadily throughout 2013.
Appleby has acted as Cayman counsel for Perfect Optronics in relation to its listing on the Growth Enterprise Market of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange by way of placing.
Bermuda is becoming increasingly attractive as a place to invest pension assets, to manage the risks associated with funding pensions and to carry on a pension trustee business.
Appleby has acted as Cayman counsel for Redco Properties Group in relation to its listing on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE).
Appleby has been named ‘Caribbean Law Firm of the Year’, ‘Isle of Man Law Firm’ and ‘Trust Company of the Year’ at the Citywealth International Financial Centre Awards 2014.
Appleby has acted as Bermuda counsel for Jin Jiang Mining, a wholly owned subsidiary of Zijin Mining, in relation to its subscription of convertible bonds in NKWE Platinum.
Appleby has announced that Faye Moffett, a banking and finance practitioner, has been appointed as head of the corporate and commercial practice group in the Isle of Man.
Appleby has acted as BVI counsel to Standard Chartered Bank in relation to an HKD404m secured loan facility and an HKD384 million loan facility to Prosperity REIT.
Appleby has announced that Judy Leehas won the ‘Offshore Investment Funds Lawyer 2014’ accolade at the Corporate INTL magazine awards.
An Appleby report on petition filings in the Cayman Islands has revealed that insolvency filings spiked more than 30 per cent in 2013 when compared with 2012.