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Significant development regarding jurisdiction for winding-up petitions.
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...
A high-level summary of major commercial cases decided in Bermuda, the BVI and the Cayman Islands.
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.
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.
Since our last edition three Bermuda companies have completed listings on the NYSE and Nasdaq.
Cayman has taken a creditor-friendly approach to implementation.
This article looks at some common issues which should be considered by a creditor when taking security over shares in a BVI company.
The CoA says there nothing in the CWR which does not enable an order for security for costs against a non-resident limited liability company in proceedings.
A high-level summary of the major commercial cases decided in Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands.
Shareholder relief: Eastern Caribbean Appeal Court considers the just and equitable grounds for winding up a BVI company
This briefing concerns Wang Zhongyong v Union Zone Management Ltd.
Bermuda has historically been and remains an attractive jurisdiction for lenders involved in the financing of the acquisition of both private and commercial aircraft.
The British Virgin Islands is becoming a popular jurisdiction for aviation finance transactions in both the commercial and business jet sectors.
The long-awaited portfolio insurance company legislation is now in force.
Difficult questions often arise in connection with BVI companies, with regard to directors.