De-Risking: The ‘Perfect Hurricane’ Threatening Caribbean IFCs
  Caribbean offshore international financial centres (IFCs) are adept at navigating turbulent global waters. The de-risking practices by global banks, manifested most damagingly by the restriction or termination of correspondent banking relationships ( (01/06/2017)
The Future of the International Financial Services Industry in a World of Change and Transparency
  The international financial services industry is facing increasing pressures and demands for change mainly driven by external forces from the international community. (01/06/2017)
Statutory and Case Law Developments in BVI’s Trust and Estates Law
  Helene Anne Lewis examines the latest developments within the BVI's Trusts and Estate Law. (01/02/2017)
Offshore Financial Centres: The Super Set
  Of the various forces that have buffeted offshore financial services in recent years, regulation and emerging demand bases are probably the most significant. (01/02/2017)
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)
IFCs as enablers of global growth
  The last 50 years have witnessed an unprecedented growth in international trade. Global inflows of foreign direct investment (FDI) have grown threefold in just two decades.. (01/02/2017)
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...... (01/01/2017)
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