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A World Without Corporate Taxes?
  Contemplating a world where corporate taxes are abolished creates an interesting philosophical discussion, but a decade of post-recession austerity makes this idea seem too utopian. (10/08/2017)
‘Fair and Effective’ Corporate Tax for the EU
  Commissioner Moscovici explains the efforts being made by the EU to raise the bar of tax governance and fair taxation. (02/08/2017)
The Future of the International Financial Services Industry in a World of Change and Transparency
  The international financial services industry is facing increasing pressures and demands for change mainly driven by external forces from the international community. (03/07/2017)
De-Risking: The ‘Perfect Hurricane’ Threatening Caribbean IFCs
  Caribbean offshore international financial centres (IFCs) are adept at navigating turbulent global waters. The de-risking practices by global banks, manifested most damagingly by the restriction or termination of correspondent banking relationships ( (01/06/2017)
Statutory and Case Law Developments in BVI’s Trust and Estates Law
  Helene Anne Lewis examines the latest developments within the BVI's Trusts and Estate Law. (01/02/2017)
Offshore Financial Centres: The Super Set
  Of the various forces that have buffeted offshore financial services in recent years, regulation and emerging demand bases are probably the most significant. (01/02/2017)
The OECD’s Conquest of Domestic Tax Codes: Understanding the Costs and Consequences of the BEPS Project
  A series of high-profile inversions have given international tax regulators both rhetorical ammunition and public support to execute a global crackdown on multinational tax planning. (01/02/2017)
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