Regulatory & Tax

Practice Area

Ensuring compliance with the ever-changing and increasingly complex global and local regulatory landscape requires expert advice and support.  Our team has extensive knowledge of local law and practice and is well placed to help clients deal with regulatory and compliance issues in a timely and cost-efficient manner. We ensure that our clients fully understand their regulatory responsibilities, manage risk and avoid the cost and reputational damage associated with non-compliance.

Our team regularly advises regulated and non-regulated financial institutions across multiple sectors including shipping, hotels and resorts, banking and fiduciary, insurance and reinsurance, investment funds, general investment business, and finance and money services.

We provide advice in connection with obtaining, renewing or modifying trade and other appropriate licences, permits and regulatory approvals to support new and existing businesses.

We also advise on:

  • Anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing compliance
  • Automatic exchange of information – FATCA and CRS
  • Tax information exchange requests
  • Data protection
  • Financial services regulation
  • Risk management & compliance
  • Sanctions
  • Corporate governance
  • Taxation and economic substance
  • Telecommunications regulation
  • General compliance, including audits and training
  • Regulatory enforcement

We provide our clients with timely and relevant updates on developments that affect their business and provide advice on modifications to both operational and internal processes, where required. Our suite of regulatory compliance services enables our clients to focus on their day-to-day business activities.

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