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Financial institutions will need to adopt onboarding procedures for new investors...
All regulated entities should implement a ’risk policy’ on outsourcing, and other requirements.
Notification time limits increased...
Welcome guidance and confirmation of the principles to be applied in an appraisal action.
Island takes steps to satisfy third-country requirements...
Foreign entities must first define the nature of their business activities on the island.
New rule sets out timeframe in which funds must apply to CIMA to cancel a licence or certificate.
A high-level summary of major commercial cases decided in Bermuda, the BVI and the Cayman Islands.
Concept of an opt-in designation as a regulated ’EU Connected Fund’ introduced.
A useful summary of the test that must be satisfied before permission to serve a claim out of the jurisdiction will be granted.
A vehicle designed for securitisations and other transactions where an insolvency-remote vehicle is required.
This park has been designed to attract maritime services businesses to assist in the establishment of the Cayman Islands as the largest maritime cluster in the region.
Easing the process of establishing incubator funds and approved funds.
Conyers Dill & Pearman’s David Doyle, director in the corporate department at Conyers Dill & Pearman, was recently interviewed by Captive Review on Bermuda’s captives insurance sector.
The major re-working of Bermuda’s partnership product further enhances the overall appeal of Bermuda as a premier domicile for partnership formation.
With the creation of the Special Purpose Insurer vehicle Bermuda has become the dominant jurisdiction for the majority of all new cat-bond transactions.
The deadlines for BVI RFIs to enrol with, and report to, the BVI International Tax Authority (the “BVI Tax Authority”) have been extended.
Since our last edition three Bermuda companies have completed listings on the NYSE and Nasdaq.
The Cayman Islands Tax Information Authority (the TIA) has confirmed that notifications may be submitted on or before 21 May 2015.
Clarification on a liquidator’s authority in relation to anti-suit injuctions and more.