Trusts and Charities Act Amendments Providing A Positive Impact
  Vanessa Lovell Schrum and Ashley Fife examine the impact of the recent trust and charities act amendments on the Bermuda financial sector. (01/02/2015)
Due Diligence: NGOs and Charities
  In this month's column, Burke Files examines how the veneer of decency can be used to hide mischief through the use of Charities and NGOs as channels for laundering money. (01/05/2014)
Caribbean Review 11/12
  The Caribbean Review featuring in-depth articles, commentaries on all the latest legislative and regulatory issues facing the Caribbean, now available online and in pdf format (01/12/2011)
Liechtenstein: A Stable and Secure Financial Centre
  Roger Frick examines recent developments in Liechtenstein ranging from double tax treaties, the revision of the foundation law to forced heirship. (01/12/2011)
Uses of Trusts in The Bahamas for Wealth Management
  Heather Thompson examines the use of the trust in The Bahamas as a wealth management tool and details the relevant legislation and the advantages on offer for those establishing trusts in the jurisdiction. (01/10/2011)
Barbados – Riding the Recession
  Trevor Carmichael considers how Barbados has coped in the wake of the recession, highlighting how the jurisdiction has continued to build on its reputation. (01/10/2011)
Barbados – A Centre for Wealth Management
  Yolande Bannister and Annick Reifer details why Barbados has become a successful IFC, examining the tax treaty benefits and wealth management tools available. (01/10/2011)
Philanthropy – Disinheriting Children or Building Dynasties
  Blake Bromley of Benefic Lawyers considers the Gates/Buffet ‘Giving Pledge’ and examines how philanthropy and dynastic wealth planning can converge for the benefit of all concerned. (01/12/2010)
Gift Aid: Is It ‘Broke’ and Should You ‘Fix It’?
  Clive Cutbill comments on the latest furore over the UK's Gift Aid scheme. (03/03/2010)
International Philanthropy: What Has Changed Over the Last Twelve Months?
  Clive Cutbill examines the impact that an increasingly regulated financial industry is having on international philanthropy – with some surprising findings. (02/03/2010)
Tax-efficient International Philanthropy - the problem of ‘territoriality’ and some solutions
  Clive Cutbill, Partner at Withers International examines tax liability and charities (08/07/2009)
International philanthropy: Territoriality, local benefit and a changing world
  Clive Cutbill stresses the importance of understanding the restrictions imposed by "local benefit" and “territoriality" when planning international philanthropy. (01/02/2009)