Guernsey has confirmed rules intended to limit tax evasion between OECD countries will take effect on the island from 1 August.
Guernsey Financial Services Commission (GFSC) has licensed 107 new international insurers in the last 12 months, consolidating its position as the largest captive insurance domicile in Europe.
Guernsey Finance is seeing growing interest in Guernsey as a centre for wealth management from Russian high net worth individuals and their advisers.
English Channel island Guernsey has presented its new foundation law which, agreed by the Island's Government and the States of Guernsey, is currently awaiting final ratification by the UK's Privy Council.
Guernsey may lie just 50 kilometers west of France's shores, but in terms of fund industries the lands could hardly be further apart.
A new foundations law is expected to be introduced in Guernsey by the end of the year. Guernsey Finance will hold a seminar in London on September 18, titled The Foundations Alternative, to inform the wealth management industry of the nature of these...
Guernsey is attracting an increasing number of Russian asset owners as initiatives to build a relationship with the country begin to bear fruit, says Guernsey Finance (GF).
The number of international insurance entities licensed in Guernsey has grown by 52 during the first five months of this year, according to Guernsey Financial Services Commission (GFSC).
The delegation from the Guernsey funds industry has been promoting the island's private equity fund industry to the US, visiting New York and Boston.
The value of bank deposits in Guernsey fell by £6.5bn (6.1%) in the first quarter of the year, taking their total value to £101bn at the end of March 2012.
Guernsey Finance, the promotional agency for the island’s finance industry, will be sending a delegation to New York and Boston in the first week of June, led by chief executive Peter Niven (pictured). This will be the first visit to the US by the body...
The total value of Q1 funds business in Guernsey grew to £8.7bn during the first quarter of the year, or 3.3%.
Fiona Le Poidevin, the current deputy chief executive of Guernsey Finance, the Island’s promotional body for the finance industry, has been appointed to take over as chief executive from Peter Niven (pictured) with effect from 30 June.
Fiona Le Poidevin, deputy chief executive of Guernsey Finance led a delegation to Moscow to raise the island's profile among investment managers, private banks, accountancy firms and law firms.
Guernsey has signed Tax Information Exchange Agreements (TIEAs) with Japan and Poland bringing its total number of TIEAs to 31, although recent statistics show investment in the island’s fund business dropped in the third quarter of 2011.
Guernsey’s campaign to be removed from a US blacklist has succeeded, with Democrat Senator Carl Levin changing his view on the jurisdiction.
Guernsey companies have been given approval to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx), following an agreement reached by the exchange’s committee.