Guernsey update: New plans for bringing partnerships in scope of economic substance rules

The States of Guernsey’s Revenue Service has issued further details of the proposals to bring partnerships into scope of economic substance requirements for accounting periods commencing on or after 1 January 2022, although partnerships formed on or after 1 July 2021 will be in scope immediately on formation where they conduct activities that trigger economic substance requirements.

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The British Virgin Islands (“BVI”) have now passed, and brought into effect, significant and welcome changes to its trusts and probate legislation. This update summarises the principal features of these changes that may be of interest to private client practitioners and trustees globally.

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