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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.
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.
Family disputes over the provisions of a will are a relatively common occurrence in Bermuda courts.
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.
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.
This Snapshot report sets out Appleby’s analysis of petition filings in the Cayman Islands in 2013 against the backdrop of the prior five years.
The Jersey Financial Services Commission has published its consultation paper on the penultimate stage of its Review of Financial Advice.
Standard Chartered consolidated its two Jersey banking entities into a single operating platform for its Jersey business in September 2013.
The Moneylenders Act 1991 was intended to regulate lending practices in the Isle of Man by providing a regulatory framework for consumer loan agreements.
There is no doubt that second ranking security can be taken under the Security Interests (Guernsey) Law, 1993. But the process can be somewhat involved.
Assets bequeathed or the manner in which they are bequeathed can lead to unnecessary costs and complications for the beneficiaries.
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.
The latest report from Appleby provides data, insight and analysis on the global collateralised loan obligation (CLO) market.