Triage services could help advisers with PI cover

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has clarified how firms can provide an appropriate triage service that gives factual and generic information without stepping across the advice boundary in defined benefit (DB) transfers.


Isle of Man sees reform of charities law

The purpose of the Bill is to bring Manx law’s definition of what is charitable and its system of regulating charities more in line with the approach taken in England and Wales following the Charities Act 2011.


Appleby Guernsey Recommended by UK Guide

Appleby’s Guernsey office secured a Tier 2 ranking for its Dispute Resolution work with Partner Anthony Williams being described as a, ‘first-rate advocate’ with ‘an outstanding reputation’.


Six Appleby Lawyers in Jersey Ranked by UK Guide

The 2018 edition of the respected Legal 500 UK Guide also highlights six Appleby lawyers as ”Leading individuals” in these key business areas, with Counsel, Jared Dann noted as a “Next generation lawyer” for his Dispute Resolution


Law Firm Merges With London-Based Counterpart

Edward is a commercial and high-value residential property lawyer acting for investors, developers and builders, local authorities, government-backed agencies, professional firms and many commercial clients.


Bahamas placed on UK’s money laundering watchlist

Under the UK’s Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds law British regulated businesses are obliged to “take into account geographical risk factors” when assessing risk and the extent of anti-money laundering measures