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This guide is intended to provide basic information needed to answer questions on Guernsey foundations and the migration of foreign law foundations to Guernsey.
Appleby’s review of the key decisions handed down in the litigation involving investment funds in the leading offshore jurisdictions during 2012.
Appleby (Bermuda) is applying to become a licensed corporate service provider.
This report from Appleby looks at offshore M&A activity for Q4 2012.
The English High Court ruled last month that a person has a right to expect that certain photos taken of them — even after uploaded onto Facebook — will be kept private.
Cayman Islands Grand Court gives guidance on powers of foreign officeholders.
One of the things which may seem bizarre about the Jersey conveyancing process is the apparent obsession with boundaries.
The government’s recent Budget included plans to reduce Property Licence fees.
There are numerous ‘trigger events’ that may require you to make changes to your estate plan.
Michael Burns, Nadia Menezes and James McConvill explore the implications of recent British Virgin Islands reforms.
Hedge funds have cottoned on to the benefits of Bermuda’s reinsurance market, with many establishing their own start-ups.
The Manx Disclosure Facility is a facility by which taxpayers can regularise their tax affairs in the UK by making voluntary disclosure and a limited payment in respect of their outstanding liabilities.
Appleby recently acted in the matter of Dervan and MD Events v Concept Fiduciaries Ltd and Others for applicants to the Royal Court of Guernsey who sought to set aside two dispositions into an employee benefit trust on the ground of mistake.
Appleby’s Tim Faries looks back at an eventful year for Bermuda’s (re)insurance market.
The next chapter of business in Bermuda looks bright and ready to meet the emerging challenges of the evolving global economy.
A guide to the regulation of investment funds in Jersey.
Appleby looks at the factors that should be considered when buying or selling a business.
The Control of Housing and Work (Jersey) Law 2012 is expected to come into force on 29 April 2013. Property lawyers from Appleby ran a seminar on 11 March outlining the key aspects of the legislation.
The European Union is battling yet another crisis among one of its members, with the looming bankruptcy of Cyprus threatening to further destabilise the region at a time when it can ill-afford it.
The decision in the case of Re Yung Kee Holdings has highlighted some of the issues that can arise in resolving shareholder disputes where offshore companies are used to hold assets and businesses elsewhere.