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Bermuda’s Reformed Charities Regime
  Read about Bermuda’s new Charities Amendment Act 2018 and find out what steps charity trustees of existing privately funded Bermuda charities will need to follow next. (02/10/2019)
Q&A with David Lidington, Minister of the Cabinet Office
  The UK’s secure relationship with the British Overseas Territories has been thrown into question following the UK parliament's decision to implement public registers of beneficial ownership. (01/10/2019)
TISE: A Future Focused Exchange
  Mark Oliphant, Head of Communications at The International Stock Exchange Group (TISEG), looks at the innovative approach of The International Stock Exchange. (01/10/2019)
Q&A with Petr Ježek
  The IFC Economic Report discusses the legitimacy and relative strengths and weaknesses of the EU tax blacklist with Petr Ježek, MEP and Chair of the Special Committee on Financial Crimes, Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance. (01/10/2019)
THE OECD, the EU and Tax Fraud – but Whose?
  The OECD and EU and their numerous academic fellow travellers have, since 1998, been engaged in perpetrating upon their putative masters in the G20 (and the peoples whom they are paid to serve) a massive intellectual fraud embracing economics, law, p (03/09/2019)
The UWO – How Far Can It Go?
  There can be no doubt that financial crimes are committed and there is no question that the rule of law must be brought to bear with full force. But should combating crime mean having to create a hostile environment for wealth? (03/09/2019)
The Future of State Sovereignty and Taxation in The European Union.
  Giving up independent taxation would wrench a crucial element of economic sovereignty out of the hand of national governments. The question cannot be considered in isolation; it is part of the entirety of the EU’s economic and political environment (03/09/2019)
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