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Rockwell Olivier | Solomon Islands | 17 Dec 2013

Solomon Islands: new public financial management legislation commences 1 January 2014

Solomon Islands' new public finance legislation, the Public Financial Management Act 2013 (New Act), commences on 1 January 2014. The New Act (which


Rockwell Olivier | Solomon Islands | 25 Sep 2013

Solomon Islands: increased disclosure requirements for banks

On 4 September 2013, the Central Bank of Solomon Islands (CBSI) approved Prudential Guideline No. 8: Disclosure on Interest Rates, Fees and Charges


Rockwell Olivier | Solomon Islands | 13 Aug 2013

Solomon Islands: banking developments in 2013

We're a little more than halfway through 2013, and already we've seen some instrumental changes in the banking industry in the Solomon Islands, with


Rockwell Olivier | Solomon Islands | 13 Aug 2013

Have you created a security interest: PPS in the Solomon Islands

The Solomon Islands was one of the first Pacific Island jurisdictions to implement personal property legislation in 2010 through the Secured


Rockwell Olivier | Solomon Islands | 13 Aug 2013

Solomon Islands: an overview of securities and banking legislation

Solomon Islands has a relatively stable banking system closely integrated with the financial systems of Australia and New Zealand, regulated by the


Rockwell Olivier | Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Fiji | 11 Jun 2013

Banking the unbanked in the Pacific

In recent years banks, non-banking financial institutions, and mobile phone operators, supported by international aid organisations, local governments


Locke Lord LLP | Solomon Islands | 2 Feb 2012

Adoption of UN anti-corruption convention

The Solomon Islands has become the latest nation to ratify the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC).

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