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Stability and innovation remain front and centre as the key drivers for Guernsey’s financial services sector, writes Dominic Wheatley.
Andrew McKenna reviews the latest developments in relation to the Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility and observes individual disclosure facilities with the Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey.  He ponders where we are now with tax transparency.
Guernsey is a leading jurisdiction for the provision of Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes (QROPS). Roger Berry considers why QROPS is a strong developing industry, he demonstrates the opportunities and reveals why Guernsey is dominant in this area.
Wayne Bulpitt discusses the EU Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive and the US Private Fund Investment Advisers Registration Act of 2010 and anticipates the repercussions for the alternative funds industry in Guernsey.
Alison Vine promotes retirement planning opportunities in Guernsey.
Paul Christopher identifies the different emphasis on corporate governance offshore and argues that the level of governance is often higher than it is onshore.
Rosemary Marr looks at how Jersey and Guernsey have recently reviewed their trust laws and introduced reforms which will help to maintain their appeal as jurisdictions of choice for trusts.
Derek Baudains considers the strategy for change and reviews some of the new legislation that is keeping Guernsey at the forefront of offshore finance centres.
Paul Christopher provides an overview of the new company law which came into force on 1 July 2008.
Peter Niven reviews the progression of Guernsey’s finance industry this year and how it is continuing to enhance its business-friendly environment and promote the jurisdiction internationally.
The services provided by private banks to their clients have had to change in line with the evolution in technology. Rex Cowley examines how the private client’s expectations and service requirements have changed with the merging of traditional offshore banking and new technology.
The Isle of Man has successfully run a low taxation environment for business and individuals for over 40 years, with the latest development being its announcement of a new zero tax strategy. Steven Beevers considers the opportunity this new tax strategy presents for the jurisdiction.