In 2019, the Crown Dependencies introduced a legal substance requirement for entities doing business in, or through, their jurisdictions. Concluding year 1 of the Economic Substance compliance obligations, Tom Cowsill and Aoife Furey of PwC Channel Islands will review the changes made and how Financial Centres in Jersey and Guernsey have been affected.
Tom Cowsill is the Tax Director at PwC Channel Islands in Jersey, and Aoife Furey is the Senior Tax Manager at PwC Channel Islands in Guernsey.
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