A long-running court battle over the "gig economy" which ended with the UK Supreme Court upholding self-employed workers' rights may have knock-on effects in the Channel Islands, local lawyers have warned.
Ogier counsel Rachel Richardson and senior associate Daniel Read – specialists in contentious employment law – say that the verdict in the Pimlico Plumbers case may increase the pressure in the Islands to clarify the law in respect of "gig economy" or zero hours workers....Read More »
Updates to Jersey's Trusts Law, which include clarity surrounding the disclosure of information to beneficiaries, help to ensure the island remains one of the world's leading international private wealth centres, according to trusts lawyer Siobhan Riley.
Ms Riley, the head of Carey Olsen's trusts and private wealth group, said the five key provisions of 'Amendment No. 7' to the Trusts (Jersey) Law 1984, refined and enhanced the existing legislation....Read More »
Independent trust, corporate and fund services company Zedra has appointed Henry Kierulf, a Trust and Private Client specialist, as Client Director.
In his new role, Mr Kierulf will lead a trust and corporate administration team, focusing on the development, maintenance and growth of a portfolio of private and corporate clients ensuring high level...Read More »
Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management (‘CGWM') has appointed Michael Caetano as Investment Director.
Mr Caetano is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (CISI) and holds a Distinction in the CISI Private Client Investment Advice and Management certificate....Read More »
The inaugural ‘Channel Islands Top 35 Under 35’ list has been published by eprivateclient, to identify, recognise, promote and introduce local rising stars.
The new initiative runs alongside the established UK and UK Crown Dependencies Top 35 Under 35, with the awards wholly nominated by clients and judged by senior members of PAM Insight’s editoria...Read More »