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Appleby has appointed Caren Pegg, Keith Robinson, Andrew Jowett, Clive Langley, Camilla Neal, Steven Rees Davies, Juan Thornley and Anthony Williams.
Bermuda regards itself as one of the most highly developed and sophisticated jurisdictions in which to conduct trust business.
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Financial institutions in Bermuda will soon be obliged to provide information to foreign tax authorities relating to the financial affairs of US and UK resident clients.
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The Bermuda decision of Stiftung Salle Modulable & Rutli Stiftung v Butterfield Trust (Bermuda) Ltd contains important points relevant to the question of litigation funding.
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.
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It’s important to think about how your assets will be managed after death — and that’s where having an estate planning strategy can prove beneficial.
Appleby has advised on two of the UK’s largest transactions, including one of the largest single-asset transactions in UK real-estate history.
The decision of the Supreme Court in London in the divorce proceedings of Prest v Petrodel Resources Ltd and Others was awaited with eager anticipation.
Naomi Rive, a partner from Appleby, has been listed in the 2014 Top 50 Most Influential Offshore Professionals list, which has been compiled by eprivateclient.com.
Appleby has acquired two of Coutts’ trust businesses as part of its strategy to grow its fiduciary and administration business.
Appleby has had two lawyers listed as Most Highly Regarded Individuals in the Who’s Who of Private Client Lawyers 2013.
The Foundations (Guernsey) Law 2012 came into force on 8 January 2013 and the Guernsey Registry has been accepting applications for registration since 9 January.
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In the latest results, the Legal 500 has moved Appleby Guernsey up its rankings of commercial and banking and trusts practice groups.
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