Insolvency & Restructuring, Jersey updates

Recognition of UK insolvency practitioners in Jersey
Ogier
  • Jersey
  • 11 September 2020

In the current COVID-19 environment, more businesses will likely become insolvent, some of which will have an interest in Jersey property. Insolvency practitioners appointed outside Jersey in respect of an overseas person or company (or Jersey company subject to English insolvency proceedings) must be recognised in Jersey before they can deal with certain forms of Jersey property. This is because Jersey immoveable property can be transacted only by passing a contract before the Royal Court.

COVID-19: restructuring and corporate recovery measures
Ogier
  • Jersey
  • 05 June 2020

Most employees in the Jersey financial services industry are working from home and there has been no interruption to business continuity for the sector due to the COVID-19 crisis. Further, the Jersey Financial Services Commission has confirmed that while its physical premises are closed, a flexible business continuity strategy is being implemented. This article sets out potential insolvency reforms which may be implemented in the financial services sector with respect to local, regulated and international business.

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