Private Banking and Crypto: A Perfect Match

February 19, 2021

As cryptos rally, we’re continuing our mini series exploring some of their various dimensions, such as long-term prospects, privacy and security. In

Serbia for PTs: Top 10 Reasons to Invest in Serbia

December 8, 2020

The River Danube and Belgrade at Dusk Peter Macfarlane explores a European freedom, wealth and privacy haven you’ve probably never heard of

Go Where You (And Your Company) Are Treated Best

October 16, 2020

As global tax regimes become more restrictive, it’s becoming more and more difficult to find attractive, low or no-tax locations to establish

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

Antigua – Passports, Residency, Blockchain Incorporation

June 23, 2016

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

Last-gasp reprieve as US extends FATCA IGA reporting deadline

September 23, 2015

Less than two weeks before international governments were due to begin reporting American taxpayers’ bank accounts to the US Internal Revenue Service,

The Nuts and Bolts of Going Offshore: Part 2 – Why Go Offshore?

July 24, 2015

By Peter Macfarlane Every client has a slightly different motivation for going offshore. Frequently, asset protection may not be motivated by tax

Turning the page – An Update from Panama

July 4, 2015

Perhaps his own vision has improved.  I was referring to President Barack Obama when I wrote those words ahead of his visit

The Nuts and Bolts of Offshore Banking – Part 1

June 29, 2015

A decade and a half ago when I started writing about offshore banking, times were good and one of the main motivations

What exactly IS an Offshore jurisdiction?

June 10, 2015

Nobody quite seems to agree on where the word “offshore” first came from – but it most likely developed in the UK.