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Ogier | Jersey | 23 Sep 2021

Fund finance: Jersey perspectives and updates

The global fund finance market has shown much resilience over the past 18 months. This article outlines the recent developments in Jersey's fund finance market, including single investor strength, equity commitments, environmental, social and governance incentives, and hybrid and net asset value facilities.
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Ogier | Jersey | 15 Sep 2021

Jersey: employment law update

Recent employment developments in Jersey include a decision on the publication of Jersey Employment and Discrimination Tribunal cases, an additional public holiday in September 2021 to commemorate 250 years since the political reform following the Corn Riots and an increase in statutory redundancy pay. This article provides an overview of these developments, among others.
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Ogier | Jersey | 9 Sep 2021

Jersey: employment law update

Recent employment developments in Jersey include a decision on the publication of Jersey Employment and Discrimination Tribunal cases, an additional public holiday in September 2021 to commemorate 250 years since the political reform following the Corn Riots and an increase in statutory redundancy pay. This article provides an overview of these developments, among others.
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Ogier | Jersey | 18 Aug 2021

Parental bereavement leave update

Jersey's States Assembly has unanimously approved a proposition to introduce a statutory minimum period of parental bereavement leave. The social security minister will bring forward proposals by the end of March 2022 so that employed parents in Jersey have a "day-one" right to take two weeks of leave following the death of a child under the age of 18. The intention is clear – to ensure that......
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Ogier | Jersey | 12 Aug 2021

Parental bereavement leave update

Jersey's States Assembly has unanimously approved a proposition to introduce a statutory minimum period of parental bereavement leave. The social security minister will bring forward proposals by the end of March 2022 so that employed parents in Jersey have a "day-one" right to take two weeks of leave following the death of a child under the age of 18. The intention is clear – to ensure that......
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Ogier | Jersey | 6 Aug 2021

Protection against age discrimination in relation to Jersey premises

Age discrimination in relation to the disposal and management of premises in Jersey was recently prohibited under the Discrimination Law. The law will also be extended to protect against discrimination in marketing materials and promotional activities for premises.
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Ogier | Jersey | 5 Aug 2021

Protection against age discrimination in relation to Jersey premises

Age discrimination in relation to the disposal and management of premises in Jersey was recently prohibited under the Discrimination Law. The law will also be extended to protect against discrimination in marketing materials and promotional activities for premises.
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Ogier | Jersey | 28 Jul 2021

Sustainable investment: Jersey's new anti-greenwashing disclosure requirements

The Jersey Financial Services Commission has published new disclosure requirements relating to sustainable investment. The requirements aim to address the risk of "greenwashing" (ie, funds being mislabelled as having a sustainable objective). The requirements will apply to certified funds, certain fund services businesses, Jersey private funds and investment advisers.
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Ogier | Jersey | 22 Jul 2021

Sustainable investment: Jersey's new anti-greenwashing disclosure requirements

The Jersey Financial Services Commission has published new disclosure requirements relating to sustainable investment. The requirements aim to address the risk of "greenwashing" (ie, funds being mislabelled as having a sustainable objective). The requirements will apply to certified funds, certain fund services businesses, Jersey private funds and investment advisers.
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Ogier | Jersey | 20 Jul 2021

To exclude, or not to exclude, that is the question

The Royal Court recently decided to bless a trustee's decision to exclude a hostile beneficiary. This is a useful example of the Court's jurisdiction to bless momentous decisions of a trustee, but it also serves to highlight key considerations for trustees when it comes to excluding beneficiaries. If there are various options available under a trust instrument in order to exclude a......
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