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2018年 4月

In this guide, Michael Gagie and Matthew Gilbert provide an overview of lending and secured finance law in the British Virgin Islands. Their contribution formed part of the 5th edition of the Lending & Secured Finance guide, published in April 2018 and covering law in 54 jurisdictions.

This article first appeared in The International Comparative Legal Guide: Lending & Secured Finance 2018 published by Global Legal Group in April 2018.

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2017年 4月

In this guide, Michael Gagie and Matthew Gilbert provide an overview of lending and secured finance law in the British Virgin Islands. Their contribution formed part of the 4th edition of the Lending & Secured Finance guide, published in April 2017 and covering law in 41 jurisdictions.

This article first appeared in The International Comparative Legal Guide: Lending & Secured Finance 2017 published by Global Legal Group in April 2017.

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2017年 4月

Following the release of the Chambers and Partners Global Guide 2017, Maples and Calder continues to make significant achievements in both the individual lawyer and practice group rankings.

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2017年 2月

The CLOser is the Maples group's industry newsletter for the global CLO market. The Maples Global CLO Team provides Cayman Islands and Irish legal advice and CLO issuer / co-issuer and fiduciary services in the Cayman Islands, Delaware, Dublin, London and the Netherlands.

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2016年 8月

Owners of British Virgin Islands ("BVI") companies that hold UK residential property (together with other interested parties such as settlors of trusts) will have been following closely the changes made over the last three years to the taxation of UK residential property held by companies. On 19 August 2016 the UK Government published a consultation on further reforms to the taxation of non-domiciles, from which it is clear that from April 2017 residential property in the UK held by non-UK companies will be subject to inheritance tax. This will be a significant change to the current position, where the UK real estate of many non-domiciled investors held (or 'enveloped') through non-UK companies has been excluded from UK inheritance tax.

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