Legislative Developments

  • Regional roundup - the Caribbean and Latin America
    News Team on 13/12/2019

    A look at some of the top stories from the Caribbean and Latin America this week...

  • If Boris were a trustee would the public trust him?
    on 05/12/2019

    With the UK General Election just a week away, Withers' Dawn Goodman and Richard Walker ponder how the political landscape may differ if politicians were held to the same account as privae client professionals... 

  • EXCLUSIVE: Billionaire investor Stephen Lansdown extols why ‘we have to make it easy to invest in green’
    Will Sidery on 04/12/2019

    Stephen Lansdown, co-founder of Hargreaves Lansdown and owner of Bristol Sport, is also a prolific investor, and was an early convert to the cause of green and sustainable investment in his portfolio

  • Tax Titbits - November 2019
    on 02/12/2019

    Rawlinson & Hunter's Stephen Yates looks a some of the biggest UK tax developments of the past month

  • When does the surrogacy relationship end?
    on 20/11/2019

    Reports recently that pop star Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field are planning to go to Hawaii with their family and surrogate who carried their one-year old daughter might have some scratching their heads about just how this complex surrogate relationship works – especially when many may assume this contact comes to an end once the baby is born

  • Are children assets in a divorce?
    on 18/11/2019

    As all parents well know, as much as children can bring much joy and happiness to families, they also come with financial costs such as nursery fees, school fees, day to day housing costs, university, weddings and help to buying first homes

  • All's fair in love and law: The rise of Civil Partnerships
    on 11/11/2019

    In September, the Office for National Statistics released the latest statistics regarding civil partnerships from 2018. The numbers are slightly on the up. Interestingly, they mainly comprise the over 50s and, perhaps less surprisingly, those living in London

  • 'No fault' divorce dropped once more
    News Team on 08/11/2019

    The no fault divorce bill will be dropped once again as the result of the general election

  • Anti-money laundering reports up exponentially
    News Team on 08/11/2019

    The National Crime Agency has received a record number of Suspicious Activity Reports, the mechanism used to flag potential money laundering and related offences

  • Guernsey's financial sector backs proposals for additional green finance funding
    News Team on 07/11/2019

    Business groups and finance industry leaders are backing a proposal by States of Guernsey Policy & Resources Vice-President Deputy Lyndon Trott which seeks a grant of £300,000 for Guernsey Finance to invest specifically in support of the development of the island’s green finance initiative

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