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A Caribbean Future
  "What could happen to our beloved Caribbean if we blithely saunter down the low road and let others deliver our future?," asks Avinash Persaud, Chairman of Elara Capital in London & Barbados. (01/06/2018)
The Appeal and Efficacy of Private Trust Companies
  "Legal advisers in international finance centres have devised an efficient vehicle that permits the modern settlor ‘control’, ‘confidentiality’ and ‘capacity’, explains the BVI's Hélène Anne Lewis (01/05/2018)
Nowhere to Hide
  “The collaborative signing and willingness to adhere to the measures of the MLI by so many countries across the globe, is nothing short of miraculous. Once ratified, how effective will the MLI prove to be?” writes Lisa Brunton (01/04/2018)
London’s Offshore Financial Services Future
  As a financial centre, London has long had an ‘offshore’ feel about it. Post Brexit, those offshore characteristics are likely to strengthen, with implications for the UK’s regulation, taxes and infrastructure. (01/04/2018)
BEPS, tax haven blacklisting and AML/CFT with Sean Hagan of the IMF
  The IFC Economic Report discusses BEPS, tax haven blacklisting and AML/CFT with Sean Hagan, General Counsel and Director of the Legal Department at the International Monetary Fund. (01/04/2018)
The Importance of Managing Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Risk
  “The wholescale de-risking that we have witnessed in recent years is not in line with the FATF’s requirements,” writes Santiago Otamendi, President of FATF (01/04/2018)
The Paradise Papers: Is there a Future for Financial Centres?
  “Despite the press stories to the contrary, the truth is that the major IFCs are extremely well regulated and have been so for many years," writes James Quarmby. Read his view on The Paradise Papers and on the future of IFCs. (01/03/2018)
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