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Channel Islands Should Be Looking East In 2019
HISTORY shows that a successful offshore jurisdiction is one which is capable of most effectively connecting, and providing a conduit between, ‘capital originating markets' and ‘destination markets'.
7 Jan 2019
How China Supercharged The Offshore Market In Cayman And BVI
When Walkers was launched as an offshore law firm in 1964 in the Cayman Islands it is fair to assume that the founders would never have dreamt their creation would, fifty years later, be working in a cross-border restructuring market driven by China.
Cayman Islands
3 Mar 2017
Using Receivers To Recover Out Of Reach Assets
Disputes between companies engaging in international business in both onshore and offshore jurisdictions are commonplace.
British Virgin Islands
6 Feb 2017
Walkers Listing Services – Summer Bulletin 2016
Our Summer Bulletin informs you of a number of operational updates relevant to issuers of debt securities listed on the Irish Stock Exchange. (ISE). In this edition we highlight the following key developments...
Cayman Islands
20 Jul 2016
Exempted Limited Partnerships
An exempted limited partnership (an "ELP") is the most commonly used Cayman Islands partnership for international transactions. This memorandum describes certain features of an ELP.
Cayman Islands
10 Jun 2016
Sea Of Change: Charting India's Offshore Opportunities
Singapore managing partner John Rogers has recently been discussing offshore opportunities in the India Business Law Journal February 2016 Volume 9 Issue 7.
29 Apr 2016
Recognition Of Foreign Compromises And Facilitating Their Effectiveness
The Grand Court of the Cayman Islands has long adopted a uniquely flexible, pragmatic and cooperative approach in cross-border insolvency matters.
Cayman Islands
11 Apr 2016
Re-Registration Of An International Business Company As A BVI Business Company Under The BVI Business Companies Act, 2004
The BVI Business Companies Act, 2004 (as amended) (the "BCA") permits companies incorporated under the International Business Companies Act (the "IBCA") to apply to the Registrar of Corporate Affairs to voluntarily re-register as a BVI business company under the BCA.
British Virgin Islands
20 Sep 2006
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