United States of America
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)
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. (19/09/2017)
Offshore, Secrecy and Ethics – The Truth Exposed
  Unfortunately, the mere mention of the word ‘offshore’ and even worse, followed by ‘secrecy’ is synonymous with criminal shady behaviour, though few can identify what exactly the crime is. (19/09/2017)
In the Chair… Vitor Gaspar, Director, Fiscal Affairs Dept, IMF
  The Fiscal Affairs Department (FAD) is the world’s leading source of fiscal expertise. It researches and analyses fiscal developments around the world. (01/09/2017)
Public Registers of Beneficial Ownership
  Forward looking policies, which may shape the fundamentals of a society over the long run, should not be dictated by short-term political tactics cavalcading a public outcry or a temporary infatuation alimented by the press. (01/09/2017)
Considering the Future of The Bahamas as an IFC: Adapting to Change
  International financial centres such as The Bahamas find themselves balancing the demands for transparency and disclosure of information against compliant clients’ legitimate concerns about the attendant loss of privacy and personal safety. (29/08/2017)
Global Financial Transparency: Where Will It Lead?
  IFC Media commenced publishing a decade ago. In that time, so much has changed in the financial services world, including the public attitude towards personal financial confidentiality. (25/08/2017)
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