Legal Ways to Avoid the Common Reporting Standard – And Why You Should Do So!

May 26, 2020

By Peter Macfarlane Mishcon de Reya is a London law firm that is no stranger to controversy. Originally established in 1937, they

The War on Cash Part 2: Safe Havens

April 28, 2020

By Daniel Lucas In our last article, we explored how the Covid-19 crisis is accelerating the trend of Central Banks instituting negative interest

The War on Cash Part 1: Monetary Policy

April 10, 2020

By Daniel Lucas The Covid-19 crisis is changing the world before our very eyes. Billions of people are in lockdown, air travel

Antigua – Passports, Residency, Blockchain Incorporation

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The following article is a guest post from Edmund John of which talks about his visit to NTL immigration conference in

End of Year Planning… and Actions

December 21, 2015

By Rich Checkan Once end of year holidays are upon us, our attention will be fully devoted to family and friends… and

Switzerland Asserts its National Identity in Right-Wing Election Victory

December 17, 2015

Concerns over Immigration Motivated Voters – Relations with the EU may come under Severe Strain On October 18th, the Swiss went to

An Update on Compliance and Asset Structures

December 16, 2015

An Update on Compliance and Asset Structures By Derek Sambrook UNHOLY DEEDS AND THE DEVIL Not surprisingly, there are far more foundations

OECD Crackdown on Tax Shelters – Update

November 4, 2015

OECD Crackdown on Tax Shelters – UPDATE: Companies who have been accused of shifting profits to low-tax jurisdictions or those seeking tax

Trust Services Panama – A ROUGH RIDE October, 2015

October 21, 2015

Trust Services Panama – When John Kerry, America’s secretary of state, stepped down on to the airport tarmac in Havana on 14th

Kris Karlsson’s – That Was The Week That Was

October 18, 2015

“That Was The Week That Was” by Kris Karlsson Just excuse me guys please, while I tear out what’s left of my