News Team on 11/10/2019
A look at the top stories from the Caribbean and Latin America this week
News Team on 11/10/2019
The EU has confirmed the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Marshall Islands have been removed from its list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes, otherwise known as the tax blacklist.
With the current situation making it more likely that the UK will leave the EU without a deal on 31 October, IQ-EQ's group executive chairman, Serge Krancenblum examines if it is worth considering what this might mean for the private equity and real estate (PERE) and family office industries – both within the UK and also globally in terms of inward investment into the UK
Wealth management sector faces key challenges of disintermediation & disruption, fee compression, and a return to a lower return environmentWill Sidery on 09/10/2019
Disintermediation & disruption, fee compression, and the return to a lower return environment are the key challenges currently facing the UK wealth management industry, Patrick Lance, a wealth director at 1762 from Brewin Dolphin told the audience at the fourth annual eprivateclient Accountancy Dinner last week (01/10/2019)
News Team on 09/10/2019
eprivateclient took a brief look at what’s been going on in Europe…
News Team on 08/10/2019
Japan and Singapore have retained a firm hold on first place in the Henley Passport Index, each with a visa-free/visa-on-arrival score of 190 out of a maximum 227
News Team on 04/10/2019
UK accountancy firm Blick Rothenberg has argued that the simplification of the UK’s tax system is "paramount, long overdue and must be carried out as a matter of urgency", would attract businesses wanting to relocate to the UK and should be the cornerstone of the next UK budget
This month Tax Titbits focuses on recent tax cases which comment on key areas for those advising private clients on their offshore structures or assisting them with their compliance obligations
Katie Royals on 01/10/2019
The Labour Party’s recent pledge to abolish non-dom status may not have received the attention a statement of that kind would usually expect, perhaps as given the current political situation it seems unlikely to feature highly in Parliamentary business and of course Labour cannot enact any policies as they are not in power.
News Team on 30/09/2019
The Tax Inspectors Without Borders (TIWB) initiative, a joint OECD/UNDP programme launched in July 2015, has delivered nearly $500 million in additional revenue for developing countries.
- Mazars appoints former 50 Most Influential as head of tax investigations from UK law firm
- Farrer & Co mourns loss of property partner Andrew Bailey
- CGT changes set to impact multiple property owners
- Wedlake Bell's head of private client explains how to strike a successful work/life balance
- Supreme Court rules that gift to charitable trust in Jersey is exempt from IHT
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