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Significant Beneficial Ownership: MCA Releases Amended Rules

On 8 February 2019, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) released the Companies (Significant Beneficial Owners) Amendment Rules, 2019 (New SBO Rules) to revise and amend the Companies (Significant Beneficial Owners), 2018 (Old SBO Rules). The New SBO Rules have once again kick-started the process of requiring significant beneficial owners to start the reporting procedures. […]

Bermuda’s beneficial ownership registers and privacy: status update and further observations

Bermuda companies, limited liability companies and partnerships have until 30 April 2019 to update or verify beneficial ownership information under Bermuda’s ‘beneficial ownership legislation’. Bermuda’s central register of beneficial ownership information is held on the Bermuda Monetary Authority’s (BMA) “Integra portal”, a secure online registration and filing system. Currently, under Bermuda law, the information on […]

Trusts vs. Foundations: What are the deciding factors?

Trusts have been around for a long time. Their use in the context of succession and wealth planning as well as philanthropy is well established. Foundations, on the other hand, are relatively new (certainly to common law jurisdictions such as Jersey) and as a result there are fewer of them. However, they are being increasingly […]

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The founding partners of European best friends Uría Menéndez and Bonelli Erede Pappalardo have been thrown together on the fight for Spanish utility Endesa. Italy’s Enel and Spain’s Acciona signed a joint pact to bid for Endesa this week, with Rodrigo Uría and Sergio Erede as the leading advisers for the companies. They will face […]

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•Richard Kovalevsky QC of 18 Red Lion Court and Dean George of 15 New Bridge Street have joined criminal law set 2 Bedford Row. •Welsh firm Harding Evans has recruited probate and inheritance tax partners Margaret Banks, Sarah Lahive and Paul Lindsey. They join from Forrester & Forrester, RTL Solicitors and TS Edwards & Son […]

Clerksroom opens Strand mediation suite

Barristers’ clerking service Clerksroom has opened dedicated suites opposite the Royal Courts of Justice. The legal profession’s focus on mediation has led Clerksroom to take more than 3,000sq ft of 218 Strand to offer mediation, meeting and office services to both UK and overseas lawyers. Managing director of the new service Stephen Ward said: “The […]

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