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Limited liability partnerships in Jersey are a statutory form of vehicle, established under the Limited Liability Partnerships (Jersey) Law 1997, that have a number of special characteristics.
In March 2011 our Jersey office reported on the death of ‘Hastings-Bass’ in the UK as a remedy for trustee ‘mistakes’.
Could Cayman’s firewall legislation stand up to challenges similar to those seen, for example, in Jersey. Are its provisions fit to face up to the current realities of the offshore trusts industry?
The Review of Financial Advice (RFA) is the Jersey Financial Services Commission’s response to the UK Financial Services Authority’s Retail Distribution Review (RDR).
In the matter of the representation of A Limited and in the matter of the F Foundation  JRC 075
This is the first case in which the Royal Court has had to give full consideration to the Foundations (Jersey) Law 2009.
On 18 February 2013, the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal released its judgment in Re FIA Leveraged Fund. The judgment will be of interest to directors and managers of investment funds.
British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands companies have long been a valuable feature of commercial life in Hong Kong and China.
Mann J has refused an application by HSBC pursuant to a letter of request for assistance seeking the appointment of administrators over Tambrook.
This briefing examines a number of issues that arise on the redemption of shares by an investor in a BVI investment fund that may lead to disputes between the investor, the fund and other investors.
In each of these new quarterly updates, Mourant Ozannes will be focusing on issues that affect financial institutions in Jersey.
The Cayman Islands Government confirmed on 25 March its continuing implementation of measures that will ensure that the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority will be ready for the implementation of AIFMD.
Cayman Islands, Guernsey and Jersey announce intention to enter into FATCA agreements with the US and UK
Cayman Islands, Guernsey and Jersey looks set to enter into US and UK FATCA agreements.
The Companies Winding Up (Amendment) Rules 2013 came into operation on 1 March 2013. Orders 3, 8, 9, 11, 15, 19 and 25 of the Companies Winding Up Rules 2008 have been revoked and replaced by new orders.
The extent to which an offer document for a Jersey fund is regulated depends on the type of fund and how widely the offer document will be circulated.
This briefing considers the circumstances in which regulatory consent is required by a non-Jersey fund for the circulation of an offer document or other marketing activities in Jersey.
In most cases, a Jersey entity that wishes to carry on fund services business in relation to a publicly offered non-Jersey fund will be able to do so entirely under its FS Law registration acting in accordance with the FSB Codes.
COBO consent is no longer required for borrowings by Guernsey companies.
The Cayman Islands is one of the world’s leading offshore jurisdictions for the establishment of investment funds.
The 1983 Security Interests (Jersey) Law is set to be replaced in 2013 by the Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012.
Mourant Ozannes focuses on the Securities Investment Business Law.