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Cayman Islands private funds law – expanded scope

The Cayman Islands Government has approved an important amendment to the Private Funds Law 2020 (PF Law) that will increase the number and categories of closed-ended Cayman investment vehicles required to register with the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA).

Employees and the use of mobile phones at work

In a Verizon Mobile Security Index 2020 Executive Summary, almost 40% of the organisations surveyed in 2020 said they had experienced a mobile-related compromise and the percentage of companies reporting a compromise has grown by 41% since 2018.

Family office feature: In conversation with Heather Maizels

Jersey Finance UK Director, Robert Moore, spoke to UK-based Senior Advisor at Charles Russell Speechlys, Heather Maizels, to gain insights into their family office clients and what they look for from a jurisdiction.


RSP principles win legal and banking market approval

Lawyers and bankers gave a thumbs up to the recently issued principles for retail structured products (RSPs) after two feedback meetings were held last month. Both meetings, one of which was held at Clifford Chance‘s London office, discussed how the RSP principles could be further refined in order to improve the distribution of these investment […]

Opinion: In the hiring line

The trouble with recruitment – especially for in-house counsel – is that it is always driven by a need and that need is generally going to be that you have too much work for the current resources. So how do you manage a significant recruitment while doing the day job? Well, you have to make […]

Boast dinners

Stephenson Harwood lawyers have singled out the London office hero. After two of Tulkinghorn’s hacks commented on the wonderful lunch they were treated to last week, corporate partner Peter Bradley and Tony Edwards, sung the praises of much-loved in-house chef Mick Hale. His culinary skills are so respected at the firm, both partners agreed that […]


Guernsey: employment

Employees on Guernsey have been given extra protection thanks to recent alterations to the island’s employment laws. By Tom Crawford Last year was a busy one for Guernsey in the arena of employment law. The island’s select armoury of employment protection legislation was strengthened in March 2006 by significant changes being made to its existing […]

BLG raids Hardwicke for PI barristers

Barlow Lyde & Gilbert (BLG) has hired three personal injury lawyers as part of its expansion of its casualty practice. The firm has taken on barristers Camilla Church and Katrina McAteer of Hardwick Building as well as senior costs lawyer David Abrahams from Islington-based law firm Colman Coyle. Abrahams, who also sits as a cost […]

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