Campbells Regulatory Update – Q3 2022 – Economic Analysis

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The Q3 Regulatory Update provides an overview of key legal developments in the Cayman Islands and the British Virgin Islands from July 1 to September 30, 2022. We cover the following areas:

Cayman Islands

  1. Companies (Amendment) Act 2021

  2. Russia (Sanctions) (Overseas Territories) (Amendment) Order 2022 (No. 2)

  3. Limited Liability Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2022

  4. Updates to the Guidance Notes on Economic Substance

  5. Cancellation of License or Certificate of Registration for Regulated Mutual Funds and
    Regulated Private Funds

  6. Dividend payments and distributions

  7. Main results of on-site inspections of registrants

  8. Climate Change, Environment, Social and Governance and Sustainability (“ESG”)

  9. CIMA consultations

  10. Regulatory calendar

British Virgin Islands

  1. Amendments to the BVI Commercial Companies Act

  2. Changes to the BVI Anti-Money Laundering Regime

  3. VASP consultation

  4. International Tax Administration (Administrative Penalties) Regulations 2022

  5. BVI FSC sets priorities for its new application philosophy

  6. GVI Proliferation Financing Risk Assessment 2022

  7. BVI FSC Consolidated Supervision Policy

Click here to access the update: Campbells Regulatory Update – Q3 2022

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