The judgments in the few Jersey cases that exist relating to the enforcement of security have clarified some key points and expanded on the principles relevant to a secured party discharging its statutory duties.
This briefing provides an overview of the Central Bank’s letter and its expectations in respect of liquidity risk management.
One of the trends we are seeing increasingly in the Channel Islands is senior employees moving to join competitors, and employers therefore looking to rely on and enforce restrictive covenants. With businesses facing a competitive market to attract and retain experienced senior employees, it is more important than ever to ensure that they are taking proper steps to protect themselves from legal and financial risk if key employees leave to join a rival.
Bermuda brings to mind images of pretty pink sand beaches and beautiful blue seas. Its financial services industry prides itself on being one of the more developed jurisdictions in the region compared to its Caribbean peers. Bermuda has perhaps the largest and most sophisticated asset servicing ecosystem. It offers an infrastructure that is unsurpassed in […]
Walkers is pleased to announce that its Bermuda and Cayman Islands offices have been recognised at the IFLR America Awards 2021 for their roles in the Restructuring Deal of the Year: McDermott International…
In this panel webinar focused on Civil Fraud, Neil Kitchener QC considers “Damages in securities litigation”; Richard Mott discusses “Reliance in securities litigation”; and Emma Jones looks at “Limitation in fraud claims”.
An accepted and growing trend across many businesses today, particularly in banking, legal, and professional services firms, is that data analytics drives business value. The challenge is in implementation. How can businesses use data in the best way to achieve tangible business success?
This BigHand whitepaper features expert commentary from legal professionals leading the charge in law firm DEI, resource management and innovation from the UK and US.
Analysis of the rules governing foreign-securities holding companies or ETVEs, following the amendments introduced by the 2021 Spanish Government Budget Act.
On 9 April 2021, Luxembourg’s financial regulator, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (“CSSF”), issued Circular 21/7691 on teleworking. It will enter into force on 30 September 2021 assuming working conditions have returned to normal.
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