FRANHENDY ATTORNEYS WEEKLY REPORT TAX Is Africa now being carved up by a complicated web of offshore accounts, tax havens and tricky paper trails? New research seems to suggest this is exactly what’s going on. Offshore companies connected to 44 of Africa’s 54 countries disturbingly appear in the Panama Papers leak. Over 1,400 companies in the… More What You May Have Missed This Week…
(Here’s What You Missed Last Week and a Look Ahead.) Your Summary of the biggest tax, trade and investment headlines affecting International Business and Financial Services Safe Havens Regain Appeal. EU’s New Plan for Safer Banks. Obama Renews Corporate Tax Reforms Fear Be Dammed: Why It is Time to Invest in Emerging Markets. State Bank… More franhendy’s OFFSHORE WEEKLY
Your summary of the biggest tax, trade and investment headlines affecting International Business and Financial Services. 1. India to blacklist treaty partners over concerns about the lack of effective tax information exchange. 2. The British Virgin Islands, with a population of 30,000, is now the fifth biggest recipient of FDI in the world, said the annual World… More franhendy’s OFFSHORE WEEKLY
Eurostat – the statistical office of the European Union (EU) defines Bahrain, Hong Kong, Singapore, Philippines, Guernsey, Jersey, the Isle of Man, the Faroe Islands, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Gibraltar; Panama, Bermuda, the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, the Virgin Islands and 23 unnamed others as Offshore Financial Centres (OFCs). EU Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) results for 2011 released this… More OFCs, Europe and U.S in a Love-Hate Relationship.