Repeal means COBO consent is not required for borrowings by Guernsey companies
Prior to 27 February 2013, consent from the Guernsey Financial Services Commission pursuant to the Control of Borrowing (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Ordinance, 1959, as amended (more commonly referred to as COBO) was required for certain transactions where money was borrowed in the Bailiwick of Guernsey and for certain capital raising transactions. COBO created additional and unnecessary regulatory requirements within financing or refinancing arrangements and where on-lending applied within group contexts…
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What is the role of the Royal Court of Jersey in trustee applications for directions regarding disclosure of trust information?
A recent application has raised the issue of the function of the court, namely whether the court was exercising its own discretion in supervising, and intervening, in the administration of a trust.
Royal Court clarifies limits of customary law exception in respect of time-barred breach-of-trust claims brought by incoming trustee
Where a newly incorporated PTC recently appointed as successor trustee seeks to bring claims for breach of trust against predecessors, it will not be able to benefit from empêchement d’agir.