The old conundrum about whether art imitates life or life imitates art may have no ultimate answer but sometimes life hands us a set of facts which we would expect to see only in the pages of a novel or on the Hollywood screen. A bond issue bought by reputable investors world-wide and backed by the Mafia would qualify
Will Sidery on 04/08/2020
Despite a limited easing of lockdown, many businesses have ongoing concerns regarding their lack of trade, cashflow issues and concern for their employee workforce
Tax Titbits has been in lockdown, but with restrictions easing it now returns and Rawlinson & Hunter will continue to provide you with monthly updates on important tax developments in the private client world...
News Team on 24/07/2020
The UK government has set out new proposals for legislative changes to existing anti-avoidance regimes to strengthen HMRC’s ability to further clamp down on tax avoidance.
Directors and shareholders of businesses who have built up a cash pile intended to help ride out the COVID-19 lockdown and its aftermath, need to be aware of the tax implications
Financial Reporting Council sets out principles for operational separation of Big Four audit practicesNews Team on 07/07/2020
The UK’s accountancy and auditing regulator - the Financial Reporting Council - has announced its principles for operational separation of the audit practices of the Big Four firms by 2024
News Team on 25/06/2020
The UK Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has confirmed that it has commenced investigations into the audits of London Capital & Finance (LCF).
How advisers can find themselves in compromising situations if they don’t consider all tax and legal implicationson 19/06/2020
Sponsored by Ocorian: Spotlight on family offices - The relationship between a family life cycle and a family officeon 17/06/2020
Executive director, Richard Joynt, who heads Ocorian's family office practice, highlights how family offices usually evolve alongside family wealth and become more complex, requiring dedicated professional teams to operate them...
Why are UK financial groups not telling clients about the ability to claim back Swiss Retrocession fees?on 03/06/2020
Writing confidentially, a former client of a Swiss bank spoke to eprivateclient on the little known issue of Swiss Retrocession fees...
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