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Is ‘De-Risking’ Waning?
  Krishna Srinivasan, Deputy Director of the International Monetary Fund’s Western Hemisphere Department offers hope for positive change in correspondent banking relationships across the Caribbean. (01/05/2018)
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. (01/05/2018)
International Financial Centres: Over-Regulation and the Rule of Law
  "It seems that as small jurisdictions comply with one blacklist, yet another one emerges demanding compliance," explains Gilbert Morris. (01/05/2018)
London’s Offshore Financial Services Future
  As a financial centre, London has long had an ‘offshore’ feel about it. Post Brexit, those offshore characteristics are likely to strengthen, with implications for the UK’s regulation, taxes and infrastructure. (01/04/2018)
BEPS, tax haven blacklisting and AML/CFT with Sean Hagan of the IMF
  The IFC Economic Report discusses BEPS, tax haven blacklisting and AML/CFT with Sean Hagan, General Counsel and Director of the Legal Department at the International Monetary Fund. (01/04/2018)
China’s Belt and Road: Offshore Involvement
  The financing of the anticipated US$5 trillion needed over the next five years for the Belt and Road through loans and capital-raising will require the investment of a variety of financial institutions and firms. (01/04/2018)
Sinks and Conduits: Identifying Offshore Financial Centres by using Big Data
  The University of Amsterdam researchers found that the offshore industry is in fact a complex network of financial conduits, which involve many of the traditional ‘onshore’ centres. (01/03/2018)
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