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Q&A with Petr Ježek
  The IFC Economic Report discusses the legitimacy and relative strengths and weaknesses of the EU tax blacklist with Petr Ježek, MEP and Chair of the Special Committee on Financial Crimes, Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance. (03/09/2019)
TCSPs: The New Gatekeepers of the Financial System
  Recent developments in Anti-Money Laundering (AML) legislation are an indicator of the trend. In the last 12 months, there has been a flurry of new initiatives for practitioners and advisors to keep abreast of. In June 2018, the EU passed the Fifth A (03/09/2019)
Trade Wars Slow Economic Growth, Harm Welfare, and Push Assets Abroad
  Protectionist policies will likely end up pushing even more capital away from domestic coffers and towards offshore financial centres, resulting in even more sluggish U.S. economic growth. (01/08/2019)
Offshore Perceptions: Where Are We Now?
  Issues such as client confidentiality and tailored legislation are now less important to clients. Ease of doing business, reputation with the public and political stability are now valued more. (01/11/2018)
Which Countries Win and Lose if the EU’s Digital Taxation Plans Are Adopted?
  Stan Veuger at the AEI gives his assessment of the European Commission's proposed directives on the taxation of the digital economy. (01/11/2018)
Offshore: The Leaders, the Trends and the Opportunities
  Dan Wise looks at why certain IFCs prosper. He discusses regulation and investment opportunities, and opines on the implementation of public registers of beneficial ownership in the British Overseas Territories. (01/09/2018)
On Global Tax Matters Boardroom Uncertainty Prevails
  US Tax Reform, BEPs, taxing the digital economy: PwC's David Prestwich tackles some of today's key global tax issues and quandaries. (29/06/2018)
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