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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.
Potential offences directors should avoid include fraud, musconduct and ommiting material in a statement.
If you are an administrator or trustee of an offshore structure that owns a company incorporated in the UK, the new PSC register affects you.
Trustees sometimes get trapped in trusteeships.
new platform for the registration of aircraft, aircraft mortgages and aircraft engine mortgages...
Remember the HSBC staff who thought it would be funny to wear balaclavas and perform a mock beheading?
The custodian is the registered member, not the investor – and other elements made clear.
What are directors of companies with listed ‘debt securities’ under Chapter 8 of the Listing Rules obliged to report to the Exchange, and what enforcement actions will be taken if they fail to do so?
Welcome development as Guernsey and Jersey courts sanction cross-border pooling of assets of insolvent companies...
Demands for independent directors to sit on fund boards.
Administrators adopt a variety of business models.
…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?
On 31 July the latest HMRC settlement opportunity came to a close.
As a matter of Jersey law, where a trustee retires or is removed it is entitled to be provided with reasonable security for liabilities before surrendering the trust property.
Clients from forced heirship jurisdictions can establish an offshore trust that will be defended by the court.
Court confirms that beneficiary’s proper route to challenging fiduciary’s costs lay in challenging the trustee’s agreement.
Those who are highly driven in their business lives are also goal-oriented when it comes to doing good.
Setting up a family trust outside the Middle East with Sharia elements.
Using companies incorporated in international financial centres in structuring financial transactions, capital raisings and corporate structures has long been popular in Asia, particularly Hong Kong.