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They do not purport to be comprehensive or to render legal advice.

11 Apr 2018

Welcome to Maples and Calder's quarterly newsletter on fund management where we provide you with a global update on issues affecting the cross border marketing and distribution of investment funds.

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9 Apr 2018

Further to our previous updates, the Department for International Tax Cooperation, on 29 March 2018, released Guidance on the Country-by-Country Reporting requirements of entities that are resident in the Cayman Islands.

The Guidance sets out the Notification and / or Reporting requirements of Constituent Entities of an MNE Group. It also addresses a number of technical issues.

This update is not exhaustive and its purpose is primarily for prompting consideration as to the applicability of the CbCR rules to Cayman Islands entities and the steps that will need to be taken by Constituent Entities.

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3 Apr 2018

On 29 March 2018 the Central Bank of Ireland (the "Central Bank") published a Consultation Paper ("CP119") proposing to consolidate and amend the Central Bank UCITS Regulations, which form the basis for the Irish regulatory framework for UCITS.

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27 Mar 2018

The Cayman Islands Department for International Tax Cooperation has issued an advisory dated 20 March 2018 making certain announcements with respect to FATCA and CRS compliance in the Cayman Islands for Cayman Islands Financial Institutions.

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15 Mar 2018

The European Commission is continuing to lay foundations for the development of the Capital Markets Union with the publication of a number of proposals on 12 March 2018. In an investment funds context, this legislative initiative includes measures to reduce current national regulatory barriers which reduce the effectiveness of the UCITS and AIFMD marketing passports due to differing interpretation by EU Member States on how the marketing passports may be exercised.

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