The recent economic substance laws in major offshore jurisdictions have left many in our industry questioning how these new substance requirements may affect them. It is clear that there may be significant operational and structural impacts to businesses with entities in these jurisdictions.
The BVI and Cayman Islands have now published their Economic Substance Codes, which provide details on which entities may be in scope; how economic substance requirements may be met; and guidance on the interpretation of the legislation.
To help our valued clients understand the new requirements and come into compliance, we would like to invite you to an exclusive seminar where Vistra subject matter experts will highlight key rules, compliance and reporting requirements. We will also introduce services to help you adapt to economic substance laws.
Admission is FREE, however, please RSVP by 24 May 2019 to confirm your attendance as seats are limited.
We are here to support you and look forward to seeing you at the seminar.
- Simon Filmer - Global Lead, Company Formation
- Debbie Farman - Global Head of Legal Services
- Michael Thomas - Global Head of Information Reporting Services
- Date: 31 May 2019
- Time: Session 1: 09.30 - 11:30 (registration starts at 09.00)
Session 2: 15.00 - 17.00 (registration starts at 14.30)
Republic Plaza 1,
9 Raffles Place, Level 2
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