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A Q&A, now that Jersey’s first Financial Services Ombudsman has started work.
Special purpose acquisition companies or cash shells are now allowed to list.
Remember the HSBC staff who thought it would be funny to wear balaclavas and perform a mock beheading?
…and does that duty change when the ELP’s partnership agreement excludes the GP’s duty to act in the interests of the ELP? Does Cayman law go as far as Delaware?
an overview of the general listing rules applicable to companies wishing to admit their debt securities to trading on the LSE.
The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority is delaying the implementation of its new approach until October.
Also: profit-shifting; Investment Association statement; and more.
A summary of the new out-of-court procedures for reductions of capital.
The Jersey FSC now has the power to impose civil financial penalties for significant and material contraventions of the codes.
Expect to see investors ask more frequently about a fund’s cash management solution.
In what circumstances will the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority grant a registered mutual fund an extension of time to file its annual statements?
What makes Jersey so attractive to companies? (And there’s more to it than tax.)...
Funds update: AIFMD implementation under fire; European agreement on beneficial ownership registers; and more
Also: new Jersey accounts documentation and recent case law.
One of the key features of Jersey’s funds industry is the range of structures and regulatory approaches that can be used.
The Jersey Financial Services Commission consultation paper indicates that there will be three levels of penalty for material contraventions of the Codes of Practice.
The Cayman Islands legislature recently enacted The Insurance (Portfolio Insurance Companies) Regulations, 2015 and related sections of The Insurance (Amendment) Law, 2013.
There have been a number of significant legislative developments in Jersey since November 2012, as reflected in the length of this briefing.
The Ogier partner was named in Eprivateclient’s list of the top 50 most influential people and Who’s Who Legal: Private Client 2014.
This article summarises the main changes under the new law (particularly advantages for lenders) and the transitional provisions which apply to old law security.
This briefing is primarily intended to help service providers and charities understand how the law might affect them, and how they should respond.