OP-ED: Why Europe is Ill-Suited For The Business of Blacklisting So-Called ‘Non-Cooperative’ Jurisdictions.

I AM  NOT  A FAN OF THE  USE  OF UNILATERAL MEASURES IN international  diplomacy;  including the use of tax haven or other types of blacklists related  to  compliance  with global  norms   on   transparency  and information   exchange.  Although   we often think of this kind of state action in the context of armed conflict where there are … More OP-ED: Why Europe is Ill-Suited For The Business of Blacklisting So-Called ‘Non-Cooperative’ Jurisdictions.

Inquiry Into the Brexit -Effect on UK Financial Services Starts. What About the CDOTs?

  Less than 3 months after the success of the UK ‘leave’ referendum, the House of Lords EU Sub-Committee on Financial Affairs (the Sub-Committee) has commenced an inquiry into Brexit and financial services in the UK.  The following group of experts is expected to give evidence in support the work of the Sub-Committee:  Professor Eilis Ferran, … More Inquiry Into the Brexit -Effect on UK Financial Services Starts. What About the CDOTs?

franhendy’S OFFSHORE WEEKLY

Your summary of the biggest tax, trade and investment headlines affecting International Business and Financial Services. Senator Levin Introduces Bill to Combat U.S Corporations with Hidden Owners Portugal Considering 17% Corporate  Tax Rate Obama Equates Tax Cuts with Increased Spending Moody Mulls Over Isle-of-Man Triple A Downgrade because of Tax Transparency Concerns U.S Liechtenstein Tax Evasion … More franhendy’S OFFSHORE WEEKLY

franhendy’s OFFSHORE WEEKLY

Your summary of the biggest tax, trade and investment headlines affecting International Business and Financial Services. Usain Bolts To UK Tax Haven Mayor of London Encourages EU Banks to Flee Financial Transactions Tax. Why Regulatory Action and Criminal Investigation is Good for OFCs PayPal Unveils the Modern Spice Routes Let Them Remit! Singapore Loosens Switzerland’s … More franhendy’s OFFSHORE WEEKLY