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Appleby
Today marked a significant milestone in Bermuda's economic substance regime with the launch of the Economic Substance Declaration (ESD) portal by the Registrar of Companies (ROC).
Conyers
The Registrar will determine whether or not the applicable substance requirements are met, based on the information provided by the relevant entity.
BeesMont Law Limited
Bermuda's Economic Substance Portal launched as of 1 May 2020 to provide a reporting platform for filings from entities that are required to file declarations under the economic substance regime...
Kennedys Law LLP
Bermuda's economic substance regime has been brought into closer alignment with the regimes implemented by other jurisdictions named in the European Union's Code of Conduct Group's call in 2018 for substance laws.
Conyers
Further to our Alert of 30 December which outlined recent important amendments to Bermuda's Economic Substance legislation, we are now pleased to provide a more detailed Memorandum on Bermuda's economic substance regime, ...
Appleby
This year will see a return to growth for the ILS market, with a range of new products helping clients manage new risks more effectively, according to Brad Adderley, partner at Appleby.
Carey Olsen
In a recent article for Trusts & Trustees, Carey Olsen Bermuda's Ashley Fife considers certain aspects of the economic substance requirements relevant to private client structures
Appleby
This article sets out the latest ES Legislation developments in these jurisdictions since the publication of our previous summary of such legislation on 14 May 2019.
Appleby
The Economic Substance Amendment Act 2019 became operative on 28 June 2019. Bermuda Managing Partner Tim Faries and Partner Sally Penrose outline the latest developments in Bermuda's Economic
BeesMont Law Limited
Bermuda passed economic substance legislation in December 2018 as part of the international initiatives for fairer taxation globally and, in particular, to address the technical scoping paper of the European Union ...
Walkers
Non-resident entities will be required to provide sufficient evidence to the Registrar of Companies to support their tax residence in a jurisdiction outside Bermuda.
Conyers
Any entity claiming to be tax resident outside Bermuda will be required to provide relevant information to the Registrar of Companies to support its claim.
Conyers
The European Union has removed Bermuda from Annex 1 of its list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes (the ‘blacklist'), effective 17 May.
Appleby
As part of the Government of Bermuda's commitment to addressing and implementing the European Union's economic substance requirements, the Economic Substance Amendment Regulations 2019 ...
Appleby
Each of the governments of Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and the Cayman Islands has passed legislation that will require certain entities carrying on "relevant activities"
Conyers
The latest move by the European Union to address perceived harmful tax practices takes the form of imposing economic substance requirements on international financial centres (IFCs).
Walkers
Continuing its ongoing commitment to the development and maintenance of the very highest standards of economic and financial propriety.
European Union
Appleby
The Economic Substance Act and the Economic Substance Regulations became operative on 31 December 2018 to address concerns raised by the European Union (EU)
Worldwide
Appleby
On 18 February 2020, the Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN) announced that Bermuda and the British Virgin Islands (BVI) had been moved to the ‘whitelist'
Appleby
New regulations in Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) and the Cayman Islands came into force at the start of 2019
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