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Carey Olsen | Bermuda | 26 Mar 2020

COVID-19 company update

The Bermuda Registrar of Companies and the Bermuda Monetary Authority (BMA) recently issued information on the steps that they have taken to protect the public and ensure the continuity of business in Bermuda as it responds to the coronavirus. The registrar has implemented contingency measures to protect staff and members of the public, while the BMA has activated its business continuity plan......
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Carey Olsen | Bermuda | 26 Mar 2020

Employment law guide: responding to COVID-19

The coronavirus (COVID-19) was recently declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern by the World Health Organisation. The situation continues to develop rapidly. Given the transient nature of the Bermuda workforce, Bermuda-based employers should consider taking steps now to manage risks both proportionately and sensibly. This article provides guidance to help Bermuda employers......
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Carey Olsen | Bermuda | 19 Mar 2020

Implementation of Cape Town Convention in Bermuda

As a result of the Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment coming into force in Bermuda, leasing companies, owners, lenders and other parties that deal with Bermudian entities participating in aircraft transactions and/or aircraft registered in Bermuda may opt to take the additional steps necessary to obtain the protections conferred by the convention. This article......
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Carey Olsen | Bermuda | 20 Feb 2020

Blockchain and cryptocurrency regulation 2020

The current government was elected in 2017, having undertaken to create new economic pillars in Bermuda, identify new opportunities for economic diversification and seek local and overseas investment to develop new local industry and thereby create jobs in Bermuda. Since its election, the government has enthusiastically embraced the fintech sector and the potential that it offers and has......
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Carey Olsen | Bermuda | 23 Jan 2020

Pension scheme amendments

Provisions of the National Pension Scheme (Occupational Pensions) Amendment Act 2019 recently came into force. Employers should now be familiar with some of the upcoming changes, which include the requirement to keep records in relation to payroll and employee-related pension information.
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Carey Olsen | Bermuda, European Union, United Kingdom | 16 Jan 2020

Stable environment for high-net-worth private clients

High-net-worth families are increasingly seeking to establish or redomicile trusts and structures to politically, economically and socially stable tax neutral jurisdictions that are reputable and geographically well situated. Although the number of jurisdictions that meet these criteria may be dwindling, Bermuda has a long history of legal, political and social stability.
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Carey Olsen | Bermuda | 10 Oct 2019

Enforcement of foreign arbitral awards

A recent Supreme Court judgment has once again confirmed Bermuda's status as a sophisticated, arbitration-friendly jurisdiction. It is a classic example of the Bermuda courts' robust approach when asked to enforce foreign arbitral awards against award debtors in Bermuda, even in circumstances where the award in question is being challenged by the award debtor in the courts of the seat, or......
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Carey Olsen | Bermuda | 15 Aug 2019

Important decision concerning confirmation of actions by improperly appointed trustees

Bermuda's chief justice recently handed down an important decision dealing with the power of the court to intervene in the administration of a trust to approve actions of improperly appointed trustees. This case is important because it confirms the court's inherent jurisdiction, on the appointment of trustees, to grant them leave to administer the trust on the basis that they were properly......
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Carey Olsen | Bermuda | 8 Aug 2019

New code of conduct for insurance brokers and agents

The Bermuda Monetary Authority recently published the Insurance Brokers and Insurance Agents Code of Conduct. The code was developed in consideration of the international standards set by the International Association of Insurance Supervisors and is intended to assist the authority in providing appropriate, effective and efficient supervision and regulation of Bermuda-registered brokers and......
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Carey Olsen | Bermuda | 1 Aug 2019

Update to Bermuda's economic substance legislation

A number of important updates to Bermuda's economic substance regime were introduced in June 2019. These include the recent enactment of the Economic Substance Amendment Act, which, among other things, excludes non-resident entities from the scope of the economic substance regime and modifies the provisions that govern the exchange of information. Further, the registrar of companies has......
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