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Jeremy Corbyn is vowing to take on the City of London if he becomes prime minister, saying finance should be "the servant of industry, not the masters of us all."... read more
HM Revenue & Customs has reported a surprise drop in the annual tax enveloped dwellings (ATED) take, which is payable mainly by companies that own UK residential property valued at £500,000 or above.... read more
The dark clouds hanging over the money management industry from new trading and transparency rules in Europe could prove to have a silver lining for exchange-traded funds providers.... read more
Divorcing couples are being warned to disclose all their assets amid fears that some may use digital currencies such as Bitcoin to hide their wealth.... read more
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is looking into Kushner's attempts to line up investor money from Chinese investors by presenting their New Jersey real estate projects as EB-5 visa investments... read more
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An Expanding Capital Market
  Fiona Le Poidevin, CEO of The International Stock Exchange Group (TISEG), explores the growing role that The International Stock Exchange (TISE) is playing within global capital markets. (08/01/2018)
The Guernsey ICC and Longevity Risk Transfer
  2017 saw Guernsey underline its position as the ‘go-to’ jurisdiction for longevity risk transfers with the announcement of two further deals. (08/01/2018)
A Destination of Choice for Non-UK Companies
  In the past decade, Guernsey has established its reputation as the destination of choice for non-UK incorporated companies listing on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM). (31/12/2017)
The Beneficial Ownership of Legal Persons in Guernsey
  The Beneficial Ownership (definition) Regulations, 2017 (the Regulations), made on 25 July 2017, define the persons or classes of persons (whether legal or natural) who will be a registrable person in respect of a Guernsey Entity. (31/12/2017)
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Ireland: The Place to do Business
  Ireland is recognised as one of the most attractive locations for international companies to access the EU internal market. (18/09/2017)
Ireland: A post-Brexit Stepping Stone into the EU
  Ireland is positioned as one of the leading European locations offering UK managers the ability to avoid, in Prime Minister May's words, a ‘disruptive cliff edge’. (13/09/2017)
Ireland: Consolidating the Public Finances
  With Ireland beginning to see the offshoots of growth, Brian Broderick examines how Ireland has consolidated its public finances. (01/05/2015)
Q&A with Simon Harris, Minister of State for the Irish FSC
  The IFC Review speaks to Minister Harris about Ireland’s success as an international finance centre and looks at the challenges facing the small but robust European IFC going forward. (01/10/2014)
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What May the Trump Presidency Mean for the Future of International Financial Centres?
  Simplification of the US tax code, FATCA, De-regulation, Immigration: Alicia Nicholls discusses the various implications of US Tax Reform for IFCs. (01/12/2017)
The Bermuda Stock Exchange: Strong, Stable and Thriving
  Following the modernization of its regulatory and operational infrastructure in 1993, the BSX has emerged as a leading niche focussed exchange supporting the listing and trading of a variety of capital market instruments. (19/09/2017)
Succession Tips and Traps
  How families prepare for the transfer of wealth to the next generation impacts whether family wealth will last beyond a single generation. (29/08/2017)
Trump to the Left Of Us, Brexit to the Right: Stuck in the Middle With You
  2017 is likely to be a critical year for Bermuda, with a general election fast approaching, a significant national debt, and heated political exchanges on issues ranging from same sex marriage rights to private finance initiatives. (29/08/2017)
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Cayman: Creating the Optimal Climate for Investors
  Jude Scott discusses Cayman’s drive to create the best investment climate for investors, to lead in compliance and transparency and to remain innovative in FinTech. (01/02/2018)
What May the Trump Presidency Mean for the Future of International Financial Centres?
  Simplification of the US tax code, FATCA, De-regulation, Immigration: Alicia Nicholls discusses the various implications of US Tax Reform for IFCs. (01/12/2017)
Should there be a mandatory register of beneficial ownership of corporate structures in every country?
  Jason Allison and Lucy Frew from Walkers Global reveal their stance. (30/11/2017)
Q&A with Jude Scott, CEO of Cayman Finance
  Jude Scott discusses the latest in the Cayman Islands financial sector, and reveals his views on compliance issues. (02/10/2017)