JFSC Digital Registry: When regulatory collaboration is a win-win

In one of our previous blogs, we talked about the work we have been doing at TrustQuay to implement the new API services for the forthcoming new Jersey Digital Registry, and update the software for the requirements of the new Financial Services (Disclosure and Provision of Information) (Jersey) Law 2020.

TrustQuay Forum: 3 December 2020

With our next TrustQuay Forum virtual customer nearly upon us, we look back on our July meeting...

LPs show willingness to move towards virtual due diligence with their PE Funds

As a tech company we are always watching out for changes in behaviour caused by technology, so...

What's New at TrustQuay? Autumn 2020 software updates

The development wheels never stop turning at TrustQuay, so we wanted to provide some insight...

Jersey Digital Registry - When digitalisation goes from ‘nice to have’ to ‘must have’

The trajectory of digitalisation in the trust, fund and corporate services industry started...

What’s been the impact of COVID-19 on trusts and corporate services?

We'll look back on 2020 as a time our lives changed - the way we work, the way we socialise and...

A virtual Macmillan Coffee Morning

Despite the majority of our office staff continuing to work at home, we still wanted to take...

TrustQuay forges forward signing 4 new technology deals

TrustQuay, the leading technology provider to the corporate services, trust and fund...

The Digital Regulator – the advance of APIs

Our modern world of technology, data and increasingly tightened regulatory requirements is...

The march of RegTech – is Luxembourg leading the way?

In the past decade or so, one of the main topics in the industry has been the increased burden...

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