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In this Q&A article Martin Livingston and Adam Huckle provide insight into business crime and regulations as it relates to the Cayman Islands. Topics include criminal law enforcement, particular statues and crimes, investigations, and appeals.
This publication first appeared in the Global Legal Group's ICLG: Business Crime 2019, published September 2018.
Kevin Harnett and Victor Timon give an overview on cybersecurity laws and regulations in Ireland, and discuss corporate governance, litigation, insurance, employee resposibilites, investigatory and police powers and the implications of criminal activity.
The settlement if a recent financial services regulatory enforcement action by the Central Bank of Ireland highlights the interconnectedness of regulatory breaches. In brief, a failure of controls and policies can create a domino effect which triggers liabilities under the anti-money laundering/counter terrorist financing (AML/CTF) regime, client asset requirements and a finding that key frontline personnel are not fit and proper for their role.
John Breslin and David Burke provide an overview of the corporate lending market in Ireland, examining recent legal and regulatory developments and tax considerations.
Their contribution forms part of the fourth edition of The Lending and Secured Finance Review.
Adrian Francis and David Welford have contributed the British Virgin Islands chapter to The Arbitration Review of the Americas 2019, published by Global Arbitration Review. This chapter outlines the current legislation and focuses on the enforcement of foreign awards in the BVI, which remains a 'hot topic' as far as practitioners are concerned.