Key Haven News items
- Early New Volume and Article for ECTJ Vol.15
Volume 15 of the EC Tax Journal has been opened early this year with an article : 'The UK's accounting and tax treatment of deposits and prepayments' - Julien Darras @26.2.14.
Subscribers to Volume 14 of the ECTJ will of course continue to have complete access until the end of the volume period in June 2014.
- A new Article Volume 16 CLPR @10.2.14
A new Article has been added to Volume 16 of The Charity Law and Practice Review and can be viewed in the reviews section of the Key Haven website
CLPR Vol.16.10 A State of Flux in Public Benefit across the UK, Ireland and Europe - Dr Mary Synge
- New Articles Volume 14 of the ECTJ @ 10.2.14
Four New Articles and an Editorial have been added to the EC Tax Journal Volume 14 and can be viewed on the Review section of the Key Haven website:
ECTJ Vol.14.9 Corporate Mobility and Exit Taxation in the EU Internal Market: Implications from an Italian Perspective - Rubina Fagioli
ECTJ Vol.14.10 Exit Taxes in the EU/EEA - Where are we now? - Anne Dalheim Jacobsen
ECTJ Vol.14.11 Reparation for Loss - Infringements by national tax provisions - Grahamw HJ Turner
ECTJ Vol.14.12 The Relationship between the EU's State Aid Law and National Taxation Systems: Conflicting, Concurrent or Complementary? - Mariella Rapa
- EC Tax Journal New Articles @31.1.14
Four New Articles have been added to Volume 14 of the EC Tax Journal:
ECTJ Vol.14.5 'EU's New Proposed Financial Transaction Tax' - Sophie Shurowski
ECTJ Vol.14.6 ' The Belgian Notional Interest Deduction Regime in the Context of the Financial Crisis' - Gauthier Cruysmans
ECTJ Vol.14.7 'Canary Islands Special Zone (ZEC): Best Taxation in Europe? - Jorge J. Milla-Inabez
ECTJ Vol.14.8 'EU VAT: Simplification rules for intra-EU transaction chains - Alex Altman
- FORTHCOMING PUBLICATION
"Dunlop on the Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012"
By Mark Dunlop
A Book on Jersey's new
The Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012 (the "Law") is a significant
reform of Jersey's security law. The Law comes into full force on 2 January
2014. From this date, all new security over intangible property will need
to comply with the Law. The Law is influenced by the Personal Property
Security Acts of Canada and New Zealand. The book will comment in detail on the
provisions of the Law. The book will consider the nature of security
interests and will contain chapters considering the key concepts of the
attachment and perfection of security interests, the priority of security
interests, the enforcement of security interests and the registration of
About the author
Mark is a partner in the banking and corporate department of Bedell Cristin, a
leading offshore law firm.
Mark has extensive experience in banking, structured finance and
corporate law matters.
Mark's banking experience includes property finance, project finance,
acquisition finance and syndicated lending. He also has extensive experience in
advising leading Jersey banks on a range of domestic transactions. Mark also
advises banks on enforcement options as regards defaulting loan transactions.
Before joining Bedell Cristin, Mark was a partner in the Banking and Projects
Group of Theodore Goddard in the City of London and (after its merger)
He is recognised as a leading practitioner by Chambers 2013, which acknowledges
that Mark is “very experienced in insolvency and restructuring issues, and shows particular finesse in the more complex structured areas involving property and tax
Mark is the Adjunct Professor at the Jersey Institute of Law for Company
Law and also for Security and Bankruptcy Law.
Mark is a member of the Jersey banking lawyers working group which has
commented on the Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012 through its various
drafts and legislative development. Mark has therefore been closely involved
with the development of the new security law from its inception.
Mark is the author of "Dunlop on Jersey Company Law" (published by Key Haven PublicationsLtd). This is the first comprehensive book to be published on Jersey company law. The book examines in detail the provisions of the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991 and the leading Jersey law cases on company law matters.