Jersey law – taking security over intangible moveable property

This document summarises the relevant points under the Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012, and explains Jersey’s modern, flexible regime for taking security over intangible moveable property such as shares, units, bank accounts and contractual rights.

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The frequent use of BVI companies in corporate and private wealth structures is in part down to the flexibility and simplicity of the company law regime.

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The industry advisories dated 11 January 2021 and 22 January 2021 issued by the Department for International Tax Cooperation (“DITC”) advise industry of updates in relation to the automatic exchange of information for CRS and FATCA and Economic Substance (“ES”).

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