Cayman Private Funds Law Amended

These changes expand the scope of the definitions in the PFL and may bring into scope vehicles previously excluded, so careful consideration should be given to these changes.


Financial Crime In Mauritius: Overview

Further to their search powers, police officers can seize any incriminating articles which they believe has been obtained by means of an offence or used in the commission of an offence. Such articles must be produced in court at trial.


Appleby Offshore Data Protection Guide

The team works frequently with local government, regulators and industry bodies to develop responses to the challenges of globalisation and regulation, with a focus on producing effective solutions for clients.


Scope of the Cayman Islands Private Funds Law expanded

The scope of the Private Funds Law, 2020, which introduced fundamental changes to the regulation of Cayman Islands closed-ended funds earlier this year, has been expanded by the Private Funds (Amendment) Law, 2020.


Guernsey legal and regulatory update

The GFSC has issued a public statement in relation to a local licensee, and two individuals, for failing to fulfil the minimum criteria for licensing under the Protection of Investors


Funds Growth Omnibus Discussion Paper

The reforms are designed to help the Bailiwick maintain an environment where the sector can continue to grow as we recover from Covid-19 restrictions.


A focus on pension schemes in Guernsey and Jersey

The regulatory proposals aim to further protect the rights and interests of pension scheme members and beneficiaries while supporting business growth in the pensions sector and ensuring that the framework is proportionate.


Barbados exempt from UK regulations

“From 10 July 2020, unless they have visited or stopped in any other country or territory in the preceding 14 days, passengers arriving from the following countries and territories will not be required to self-isolate on arrival.”