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Cayman Islands Court of Appeal rules on rights of non-registered investors to enforce shareholder rights
The Cayman Islands Court of Appeal (CA) considered whether a beneficial owner of shares in a fund could seek to prove in the liquidation of that fund in respect of rights granted under a side letter.
Several mechanisms and arrangements are available for someone who wants to conceal his involvement in a transaction.
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.
In response to a growing number of cases where clients want to sell or transfer shares in a Cayman Island company which is in liquidation, this report clarifies the rules.
A case concerns whether or not there is a form of equitable remedy which would justify an earlier trustee who had disposed of assets.
The Jersey Financial Services Commission consultation paper indicates that there will be three levels of penalty for material contraventions of the Codes of Practice.
This article summarises the main changes under the new law (particularly advantages for lenders) and the transitional provisions which apply to old law security.
The CISX is licensed to operate as an investment exchange under the Protection of Investors (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law 1997.
This briefing summarises some key characteristics of such structures.
The Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012 came into force on 2 January 2014, introducing a new regime for creating security over intangible movables under Jersey law.
Lenders, borrowers and other counterparties are looking more closely at the impact of possible insolvency proceedings.
This briefing summarises some of the areas frequently encountered in relation to equity structuring choices.
This judgment in the Court of Appeal considered an appeal on one part of the judgment of Lieutenant Bailiff Chadwick (the Judge) of December 2013.
Luxembourg is one of the leading domiciles worldwide for international investment vehicles.
Can a Royal Court blessing be given to a momentous decision by directors of an underlying company to a trust?
It is helpful for trustees to know that where they provide directors to a company underlying a trust, they can still get the protection of the court where a momentous decision is to be made.
The appointment of a Financial Services Ombudsman in Jersey came a step closer on 1 April 2014 when the States of Jersey approved the Financial Services Ombudsman (Jersey) Law 201.
The AIFMD and the relevant Jersey-implementing legislation have been in force for more than six months.