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Living but not working in the Cayman Islands

This briefing considers the requirements for foreign nationals (meaning non-Caymanians and persons who are not married to a Caymanian) not wishing to work in the Cayman Islands but to reside there. For those considering such a move, there are various options open to them to make their relocation a reality…

Brexit, AIFMD and credit funds – hot topics for IBA private funds event

Brexit was the key topic at the 20th annual IBA Annual International Conference on Private Investment Funds 2019 – but as you’d expect, there was discussion on a range of areas from NPPR to credit funds, and from the prospects of the UK economy to AIFMD II. Seven partners from Ogier’s international funds team from Cayman, […]

Luxembourg tax reform for 2019: Part II

By William Jean-Baptiste On 5 March 2018, the Luxembourg Government filed the 2019 Finance Bill (the Bill) with the Chambre des Députés. Following the 2018 general elections, the Luxembourg Government was authorised to extend certain credits and expenses of fiscal year 2018 (the “douziemes provisoires” or provisional twelfths system) for the period running from January to […]

Implementing regulation on prevention of major industrial accidents and reducing their effects

March 2, 2019 Saturday and dated 30 702 Official Gazette ( ” Official Gazette “), the Family, Ministry of Labor and Social Services, jointly by the Environment and Urban Planning Ministry and the Interior Ministry, Prevention of Major Industrial Accidents And Regulations on Mitigation of Impacts ( ” Regulation ” ) Has been published; The Regulation on the […]

Abolishing subsidies for wind power plants in the republic of Srpska

The National Assembly of the Republic of Srpska adopted the Law on the amendments to the Law on Renewable Energy Sources and Efficient Cogeneration (Law) in an urgent procedure, abolishing subsidies for the production of electricity from wind power plants in the Republic of Srpska. The Law will enter into force eight days after its […]

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Landwell becomes PwC Legal as prospect of MDPs approaches

PricewaterhouseCoopers’ (PwC) associated law firm Landwell has rebranded in an effort to ally itself more closely with the Big Four accountant. From 1 July Landwell has rebranded as PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal. Senior partner Leon Flavell said the Landwell brand meant that the relationship between law firm and accountancy practice was not clear to the external market. […]

Pension power

With the pensions issue back in the headlines, companies undergoing restructurings would do well to consider the latest legislative developments. Richard Tett and Catherine Derrick report How the world of pensions and restructurings has changed. During the most recent wave of restructurings five years ago, pensions scarcely featured as an issue. Now, though, pension deficits […]

Eversheds bolsters planning practice with DWS partner

Eversheds has taken on Denton Wilde Sapte (DWS) planning partner Stephen Webb as the national giant aims to ramp up its planning offering. Eversheds has taken on Denton Wilde Sapte (DWS) planning partner Stephen Webb as the national giant aims to ramp up its planning offering. The move leaves DWS with three planning partners – David Cox […]

Freshfields flies in Segal

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer ‘s latest lateral hire has raised a few eyebrows. As first revealed on www.thelawyer.com (28 June), Freshfields announced that insolvency star Nick Segal is flying back to the UK after a three-year stint in the New York office of Davis Polk & Wardwell. Segal’s family is understood to have struggled to settle […]

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