Domicile watch: June 2020

by Krystal Scanlon 15 June 2020

Key takeaways from the major private equity domiciles: including how Luxembourg, Guernsey and Jersey are adjusting their practices as Covid-19 country lockdowns are eased while Cayman highlights a fraudulent due diligence email being circulated.

Luxembourg

On 29 May, a new draft law to end the state of crisis was presented to Luxembourg Parliament. The crisis will be declared over once the law is passed and published in the Memorial.

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