Financial Services and Regulatory Autumn Update
In this update, Mourant Ozannes continues to focus on the many legal and regulatory developments that lie ahead for financial institutions in Jersey, both during the coming quarter and beyond.
The short articles include a few tips to help give an idea on where to start, and you will be updated regularly as matters develop. In this Autumn Update, Mourant Ozannes has also highlighted a couple of recent developments from the UK, which we can look to as helpful examples of potential pitfalls to avoid in future…
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