Guernsey administrator opens in China, Jersey funds administration recovers to pre-recession levels while Asian bank deposits rise, IoM signs TIEAs with Japan and Indonesia, more planned with Europe.
Jersey and Guernsey recruit head to exert influence in Brussels.
Fears that debt in the Eurozone will hamper investment growth over the next six months have mounted, according to Barings’ latest survey of professional investor sentiment.
Ucits III has been hailed as a global success, despite a number of setbacks. The arrival of Ucits IV means the European funds industry can now look forward to getting a much improved funds passport.
Jersey is easing its merger laws, with the aim of enabling foreign companies to tap into Western markets.