OECD review concludes that Guernsey’s tax regime is not harmful

As part of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) ongoing work on taxation, it has recently reviewed a number of jurisdictions that have no or low rates of corporate taxation. Those 12 jurisdictions include Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man. The review concluded that Guernsey’s taxation regime is not harmful when reviewed […]

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Brexit Impact: Selling Funds into the UK

So, Boris [Johnson] is in and with all his bluster will he, or won’t he, have success in uniting Parliament and persuading some movement with the EU and Irish to leave the EU on 31 October with a deal. And if not, will he keep his pledge of leaving with “no deal”? Christopher Jehan, Chair […]

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Guernsey – Spoilt for Choice

If you are a cricket or tennis fan then you are in for a treat with the Wimbledon finals today and Sunday and the World Cup Cricket final on Sunday. If you are a fan of both then Sunday could be complicated as you will be spoilt for choice ending up with you surfing the […]

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Guernsey Funds Forum – Q & A with Dr Andy Sloan and Jeremy Alun-Jones

This week’s Guernsey Funds Forum will focus on two main topics, one of which being Green & Sustainable Finance.  We spoke to two of the panelists ahead of the event.  Dr Andy Sloan the Chair – Guernsey Green Finance and Jeremy Alun-Jones from ADM Capital. ADM Capital’s food-focused Cibus Fund successfully closed at more than […]

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Guernsey Funds Forum – Q & A with Bridget Barker

 Guernsey’s annual Funds Conference with We Are Guernsey is taking place in London this week.   Ahead of the event we spoke to Bridget Barker, Executive Director Corporate & Funds Zedra London who will be speaking on the Structuring Private Capital panel.   Q:    As we approach Guernsey’s Funds Forum, we are this year celebrating […]

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