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The United Kingdom’s Supreme Court has recently delivered helpful guidance on the principles to be applied when dealing with attribution of knowledge between a company and its wrongdoing directors; particularly in the context of breaches of duty by directors in exploiting corporate opportunities belonging to the company to receive secret profits.
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The continued growth in scope of global financial regulation has had an impact on every aspect of the investment funds industry, across all jurisdictions, including the Cayman Islands.
A quick flick through the pages of the States of Guernsey Revenue website shows the full extent of the international tax, regulatory and automatic exchange of information (AEOI) measures which Guernsey has introduced to ensure it remains one of the leading international finance centres.
The Eastern Caribbean Court of Appeal has delivered two decisions that have continued the protection afforded by the BVI Commercial Court to shareholders in Nam Tai Property Inc, a BVI company whose shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
Environmental and sustainability claims have been high on the agenda for many businesses for some time now, and with the Competition and Markets Authority’s recent introduction of its Green Claims Code, it’s even more important that businesses get it right and avoid exaggerating their environmental credentials.
The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has announced a public consultation on Draft Guideline B‑13: Technology and Cyber Risk Management.
In July 2021, the European Union (Energy Performance of Buildings) Regulations 2021 (the 2021 Regulations) were published, followed swiftly by government guidance on how to apply the 2021 Regulations (the Technical Guidance). The publication of the 2021 Regulations and accompanying Technical Guidance underscores the continued focus on improving the energy efficiency and sustainability of buildings performance (other than dwellings) and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by boosting renovation obligations.
The Russian Federation’s Prime Minister, Mikhail Mishustin, has approved new measures to prevent the illicit trafficking of counterfeit goods, which will be effective until 2025.
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