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The recent case of Barclays Wealth Trustees (Jersey) v Equity Trust (Jersey) Limited  JRC094 provides further clarification as to the position of third-party litigation funding in Jersey.
There was a ripple of concern in both Jersey and the UK after the High Court’s decision in HSBC Bank v Tambrook Jersey Ltd  EWHC 866 (Ch).
A court is faced with a tension between upholding the primacy of an arbitration agreement and the court’s exclusive statutory jurisdiction to determine winding-up petitions.
A decision made earlier this year in the FSD of the Cayman Islands gave an interpretation of the assistance that may be available to a foreign insolvency representative at common law.
The Cayman Islands government announced last week that negotiations with the US on a Model I intergovernmental agreement and a new tax information exchange agreement have now been concluded.
This latest Appleby report provides data, insight and analysis on the global collateralised loan obligation (CLO) market.
In the case between VTB Capital plc and Konstantin Malofeev and companies connected to him, the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal has handed down a judgment of some significance.
Both the Isle of Man and Jersey courts have recently considered the office of protector and the protector’s right to indemnity.
Appleby has released the second edition of On the Register, a report that provides data and insight about company incorporation activity in offshore jurisdictions.
The planning minister has now lodged his proposition outlining his proposals for a new planning appeals system.
The States of Jersey has this week approved the latest amendment to the Trusts (Jersey) Law 1984.
Bermuda has a sterling reputation as a leading offshore jurisdiction in which to develop trust and wealth structures for both local and overseas persons.
Court rules governing arbitration proceedings in the Cayman Islands have been revised.
Court rules governing arbitration proceedings in the Cayman Islands have been wholly revised by virtue of the Grand Court (Amendment No.1) Rules 2013.
The regulatory structure of Bermuda’s telecommunications industry has undergone major reform.
Latin America has become an emerging market for Bermuda’s world-leading captive insurance industry.
The long awaited draft Finance Bill for 2013 has finally been published, providing further information as to the way UK residential properties valued at over £2 million will be taxed from April 2013.
Newsletter on business affairs in Bermuda, covering private equity, Islamic finance and the rise of the insurance-linked securities market.
This Guide explains the concept of the cell company which culminated in the inclusion of the Companies (Amendment No. 8) (Jersey) Law 2005 of Part 18D of the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991.
Many institutional investors are constrained by their internal investment policies or by regulation to investing in securities which are listed, or to limit their exposure to investments that are not listed, on stock exchanges recognized for the purposes of such restrictions.