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State-backed bank aims to make £750m of cost savings this year and £2bn by 2020... read more
Practitioners of the ‘alchemy of finance’ appear to be out of the dock... read more
The European Union’s roller coaster negotiations among 10 countries to establish a financial transactions tax could be derailed in May if Belgium, Slovenia and/or Slovakia decide to pull out.... read more
Gibraltar’s government has revealed that it will put in place personal pension regulations "on or before 31 March", enabling the jurisdiction’s Qrops to retain their status. ... read more
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is looking to introduce a new multi-asset, dual class investment vehicle and a Green Bond grant scheme, in a series of bold initiatives designed to regain the ‘trust of investors’ in the region.... read more
While the current thinking in US political circles is that regulations must be eliminated because they burden business and thus curtail growth, when it comes to tax regulations, the opposite is true.... read more
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