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21/09/2020 | hsmoffice

HSM Scholarship Fund Recipient to Graduate with Honours

HSM Scholarship Fund recipient, Tarec Francis, has successfully completed his two year Associate of Applied Science Hospitality Management Degree (AAS) at the University College of the Cayman Islands. Tarec will be graduating in November with honours and is acknowledged on Read more +

18/09/2020 | hsmoffice

A Look into Cayman’s Proposed New Rule on the Deregistration of Private Trust Companies

On 17 August 2020, the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (“CIMA”) wrote to the heads of several private sector associations in the Cayman Islands, including the Cayman Islands chapter of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (“STEP”) seeking their views Read more +

16/09/2020 | hsmoffice

The Burford Quarterly: Insolvency Experts Review Trends in Offshore Jurisdictions

HSM’s Ian Lambert, Partner and Head of Litigation, Restructuring and Insolvency, has taken part in a Q&A covering insolvency trends in offshore jurisdictions alongside other experts in Burford Capital’s Q4 2020 report. Ian reviews the Cayman Islands and weighs in Read more +

11/09/2020 | hsmoffice

STEP Journal: Personal Data Trusts – For the Masses?

HSM’s Robert Mack, Head of Private Client & Trusts, explores the possibility of personal data becoming a trust asset. The value of personal data to the private client industry has not been heavily explored. Trustees and personal representatives should acknowledge Read more +

STEP Journal: Personal Data Trusts - For the Masses?

HSM’s Robert Mack, Head of Private Client & Trusts, explores the possibility of personal data becoming a trust asset. The value of personal data to the private client industry has not been heavily explored. Trustees and personal representatives should acknowledge the power of personal data and plan for its exploitation.

Source – ‘Personal data trusts – for the masses?’, STEP Journal (Vol28 Iss4), pp.42-43: https://www.step.org/step-journal/back-issue-archive.

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