International Tax Planning
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Offshore: The Leaders, the Trends and the Opportunities
  Dan Wise looks at why certain IFCs prosper. He discusses regulation and investment opportunities, and opines on the implementation of public registers of beneficial ownership in the British Overseas Territories. (01/09/2018)
On Global Tax Matters Boardroom Uncertainty Prevails
  US Tax Reform, BEPs, taxing the digital economy: PwC's David Prestwich tackles some of today's key global tax issues and quandaries. (29/06/2018)
A Modern Finance Environment for a Complex World
  Guernsey Finance Chief Executive Dominic Wheatley explains how Guernsey’s financial services sector has remained at the forefront of innovation in the past year and is utilising its expertise across a variety of asset classes. (30/11/2017)
‘Fair and Effective’ Corporate Tax for the EU
  Commissioner Moscovici explains the efforts being made by the EU to raise the bar of tax governance and fair taxation. (19/09/2017)
A World Without Corporate Taxes?
  Contemplating a world where corporate taxes are abolished creates an interesting philosophical discussion, but a decade of post-recession austerity makes this idea seem too utopian. (19/09/2017)
International Tax Transparency: The Devil is in the Overview
  Sometimes the devil is in the detail but where international tax matters are concerned it is often in the overview. (25/08/2017)
The OECD’s Conquest of Domestic Tax Codes: Understanding the Costs and Consequences of the BEPS Project
  A series of high-profile inversions have given international tax regulators both rhetorical ammunition and public support to execute a global crackdown on multinational tax planning. (01/02/2017)
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