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Since our last edition three Bermuda companies have completed listings on the NYSE and Nasdaq.
Clarification on a liquidator’s authority in relation to anti-suit injuctions and more.
Cayman has taken a creditor-friendly approach to implementation.
The Cayman Automatic Exchange of Information Portal is now open and a user guide is available to help smooth the process of making filings.
When discussing the difficulties faced by certain offshore financial centres the issue circles back to the role of corporate lawyers and their inability to progress change.
To facilitate reporting under and reduce the burden of compliance with FATCA Bermuda has signed a Model 2 intergovernmental agreement with the US.
The US IPO market is moving from strength to strength; 2014 year-to-date IPO activity is robust, with the largest number of offerings since 2000.
This publication provides a brief overview of the expected impact on entities incorporated in the Cayman Islands of FATCA.
This publication provides an overview of the impact on entities incorporated in the BVI of FATCA and equivalent rules implemented in relation to UK taxpayers.
The Canadian government has ratified a tax information exchange agreement with the British Virgin Islands (BVI).
FATCA imposes due diligence, information reporting and control burdens on a range of non-US financial intermediaries and investment entities.
Westburg Anstalt v Profitstar Anstalt: service out of the jurisdiction — the BVI is back in business
As a leading international offshore centre, the majority of the high-value commercial litigation that reaches the BVI Commercial Court is cross-border in nature.
The UK government announced late last year that it would seek to make arrangements for the automatic exchange of information with its overseas territories.
The Cayman Islands and US governments have entered into an agreement paving the way for the automatic exchange of tax information under FATCA.
As part of the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act, the US government enacted the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) in 2010.
Bermuda-registered vessels will not be ’targeted’ for inspection by the US Coast Guard’s Port State Control Authorities going forward.