Stewarts | Global, United Kingdom | 7 Sep 2023
Divorce and Family partner Lisette Dupré and Commercial Litigation partner Elaina Bailes were among 500 lawyers from more than 50 countries who…
Southpac Group | Cook Islands, USA | 23 Feb 2023
Asset protection is an important part of any financial plan. This is especially true for high-net-worth individuals and those in professions which…
Zhong Lun Law Firm | China | 23 Dec 2022
Gordon Law Ltd | USA | 19 Dec 2022
An asset protection structure protects your wealth from civil lawsuits and other types of claims. What is asset protection, exactly? There are…
Gordon Law Ltd | USA | 18 Nov 2022
Have you ever wondered what would happen to your wealth if you suddenly fell ill and could no longer work, or if the economy took a downturn and you…
Gordon Law Ltd | USA | 11 Nov 2022
Asset protection allows individuals and businesses to safeguard their valuable assets through various protection strategies. Creating wealth is not…
Ogier | Jersey | 10 Feb 2022
The demand for "asset protection" trusts in Jersey has continued in recent years. Whether this is in the context of a new trust being established or existing trusts being restructured and reorganised, asset protection considerations are often a key concern for clients. This article discusses asset protection and how it fits within the context of Jersey law.
Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 11 Nov 2021
Internet of Things tags, crisis management questionnaires, and on-site visits are key steps to verify the quality and creditworthiness of goods, according to Mark Kavanagh, group general head of operations and transformation at Supply@ME.
Lexology PRO | Belarus, Belgium, Canada, etc. | 7 Jun 2021
New EU and US sanctions on Belarus and ISIS, tighter UK and US measures to tackle cyberattacks and fraud, and new legislation to strengthen AML and CTF regimes in China, Canada and Germany – plus other key compliance management updates.
Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 4 Jun 2021
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has concluded that FNZ’s completed acquisition of GBST will substantially reduce competition after confirming its provisional decision to unwind the tie-up while allowing FNZ to buy back some of those assets at a later date.