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The Jersey Financial Services Commission’s figures for the second quarter of this year consolidate the positive position for the Jersey funds industry shown in the first quarter figures.
From 16 November 2015 Jersey’s first Financial Services Ombudsman will start investigating and resolving complaints.
The Royal Court has had to consider specifically a ‘non-compete’ clause in a case that saw an employer in an action against two former employees to enforce a restrictive covenant.
The Royal Court handed down its decision in In the matter of X (a bankrupt) only months after the decision of the Privy Council in Singularis Holdings Ltd v PricewaterhouseCoopers.
A bill was submitted to the Luxembourg parliament which has the purpose of introducing (i) a new wealth management vehicle in the form of a private foundation.
The BVI Business Companies Act 2004 allows for the merger or consolidation of companies incorporated in the BVI with other BVI companies.
The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has handed down a landmark judgment concerning the doctrine of tracing.
Jersey companies may (contrary to the default position) be treated as exclusively tax resident in jurisdictions other than Jersey pursuant to Article 123(1)(a) of the Income Tax (Jersey) Law 1961.
What is probate?Probate is the name given to describe how someone applies to the court to obtain the right to deal with the estate of someone who has passed away.
What is probate? Probate is the name given to describe how someone applies to the court to obtain the right to deal with the estate of someone who has passed away.