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The trust is a concept recognised in many parts of the globe with many countries either having their own trust laws or having ratified the Hague Convention. As such, settlors have a wide range of jurisdictions from which to choose when considering under which law they would like to create a trust, where they want the trust to be administered and which country’s courts they want to hear any potential dispute relating to the trust.

Jersey: an evolving global platform for finance

Jersey’s political and economic stability, forward thinking and robust regulatory framework, has set Jersey apart from other international finance centres for 60 years, making Jersey a world leader in all aspects of international finance, evolving over the years to develop a global platform which encompasses funds finance, real estate finance and Islamic finance.

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Several events that occur during many of our lives should be considered reminders for us to review our estate planning documents. Three such events are marriage, births and the transfer of assets during one’s lifetime, among others.

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The draft bill to implement the government’s ground rent changes finally reached the House of Lords in May 2021. This legislation had been long awaited and, largely, the provisions were as expected following the earlier consultations and government announcements and discussions.

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Rumours of the Retail Price Index’s (RPI) death have been vastly exaggerated in the past. We were told back in 2013 that the Office for National Statistics was going to stop formally recognising the index as a national statistic, but it took a while for the industry to take note. We have all carried on using it in our indexed linked rent reviews since then.

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