In this advisory, we provide a round-up of recent updates to the Cayman Islands framework for automatic exchange of information and country-by-country reporting, including the new universal DITC portal, the AEOI reporting deadline extension, the authorising person and principal point of contact and the CRS compliance form.
The Central Bank of Ireland has published a letter to fund management companies (including SMICs) highlighting some key issues for investment funds in light of ongoing market uncertainty due to Covid-19. The letter refers to the regulatory flexibility already provided in terms of reporting and that the Central Bank has clarified that it will apply the measures set out by ESMA in recent weeks.
In this advisory, we provide a round-up of recent updates to the Cayman Islands framework for automatic exchange of information (“AEOI”) and country-by-country reporting (“CbCR”), including the new universal DITC portal, the AEOI reporting deadline extension, the authorising person and principal point of contact and the CRS compliance form.
The first ever electronic meeting of the Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly on 23 April 2020 considered a number of pieces of legislation, largely in response to the COVID-19 emergency, that are likely to be of interest to local employers and employees. This note is intended to provide a brief overview of the key changes: some […]
Bermudian partners Natalie Neto and Peter Dunlop have been interviewed by Bermuda:Re+ILS on how insurtech will continue to transform the risk transfer industry.
The initial shockwaves of the COVID-19 pandemic, declared in March, prompted authorities across Europe and in America to take urgent steps to protect consumers. Such measures included cracking down on anti-competitive behaviour and temporarily relaxing rules which might otherwise be detrimental to the public interest. Two months on, as countries around the world cautiously ease […]
The impacts on our world, our families, businesses and markets is and will continue to be significant and somewhat unpredictable. What are the specific impacts on construction projects across Canada? More importantly, what should owners, contractors and trades be doing right away to protect their personnel and their projects? What are the best practices in the industry to deal with the pandemic?
In AM (Zimbabwe) v Secretary of State for the Home Department  UKSC 17, Lord Wilson calls the European Court on Rights out on its claim that in Paposhvili v Belgium  Imm AR 867, it was doing no more than “clarifying” its judgment in N v United Kingdom (2008) 47 EHRR 39 as to the circumstances in which removal or deportation will breach Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Jersey Courts are giving priority to criminal cases and those involving children and are unlikely to be dealing with matters relating to property, including proceedings for rent arrears, lease cancellation, orders for possession and eviction (Tenancy Disputes). The Government of Jersey has issued Guidance for both commercial and residential […]
The Supreme Court of Cyprus issued its decisions in the matter of the Application of Rostovstev, Civil Application No. 38/2020 on 2 April 2020 and No.40/2020 on 30 April 2020, affirming the Court’s power to issue a warrant of arrest against Russian resident defendants who fail to appear in Court after a criminal indictment has been duly served.
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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s former head of commercial disputes has joined Signature Litigation – after he left the firm earlier this year following an internal investigation. Tom Snelling left Freshfields in March, having been made a partner at the firm in 2010. He will join Signature’s partnership on June 1. Snelling has been involved in a range […]
PwC Legal has lost another partner from its London ranks, with a longtime corporate lawyer set to leave for Forsters. Starting in June, partner Stuart Hatcher will join the nine-strong corporate team of the West End firm. He joins after 13 years in the legal ranks of the accountancy firm, where he assisted startups and […]
A claim has been issued against EasyJet by PGMBM, formally known as SPG Law, after it emerged that nine million people’s data was accessed from the airline’s servers. The firm has instructed barristers from Serle Court – who are also working with the firm on its claim against British Airways for its data hack a […]
Wealth solutions provider Lombard International has finalised its panel process, with two magic circle firms making it onto the roster. Baker McKenzie, DLA Piper, Linklaters and Allen & Overy have all landed places on the panel, which will be overseen by Lombard’s general counsel Monica Risam. She joined Lombard from Aviva at the start of 2018, […]
While many City firms are setting out their plans on how to return to the office, Slater & Gordon is instead opting for a different working future altogether. Following the application of remote operations during lockdown, the firm is now set to work from home for the “majority of the time” in a bid to […]
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