Economic Substance: Regulators are starting to take action

The first economic substance declarations have been made, and while firms are now thinking about this year’s declarations, the regulators are just getting started with last year. Are you in their crosshairs? Read on for the common issues being cited.

Jersey Digital Registry is here

A recurring theme in our blogs over the past nine months or so has been the digitalisation of...

G7 Tax Agreement - the global response

On 5 June, the G7 group of nations signed a tax agreement to tackle tax abuses by large...

Jersey Digital Registry – on the home stretch

No one ever claimed regulator digitalisation is easy. Or quick. It has been about a year since...

Beneficial Ownership rules continue to cause a stir

Beneficial ownership requirements are one of those regulatory items which have caused quite an...

JFSC Digital Registry Update

If we’d been allowed to work in our offices over the past few months, you could have seen a big...

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...

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 quite a...

The Digital Regulator – the advance of APIs

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

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 of...
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