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Your company is probably spending too much time and money on anti-money laundering (AML) compliance — and it could still get fined by the regulator.
After all the controversy, the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive was implemented on 22 July 2013.
The banking world has changed. On 1 April 2013 the UK’s Financial Services Authority was split into three separate entities.
With flourishing China-Africa relations, Chinese outbound foreign direct investment in Africa is expected to soar.
The subscription finance market is thriving. This is not surprising as it has experienced few defaults historically, and is therefore attractive to lenders.
The Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012 is set to see a phased implementation and promises to revolutionise the methods for taking and enforcing security in Jersey.
The emergence of social-media websites as indispensable communication tools has raised the question of what happens to our electronic information when we die.
The sixth edition of Appleby’s Offshore-i provides insights into the mergers and acquisitions activity going on in the major offshore markets.
This article discusses the forthcoming changes to the planning appeals system in Jersey.
The years since the global financial crisis have seen a level of opprobrium cast upon IFCs that is unprecedented in its sustained nature and its breadth of political support at the highest level.
The UK Supreme Court has considered the extent to which the English courts would recognise and enforce a judgment made in non-EU foreign insolvency proceedings.
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.