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Urs Stirnimann sets out the legal landscape of one of the world’s great offshore success stories.
The 8th Offshore Investment Conference opened at the Conrad hotel, Hong Kong Central, with a warning that the international finance industry faces ever more intrusive levels of regulation. William Ahern,…
Offshore Investment will be in Hong Kong on 14-15 June for our 8th conference in the SAR. We’ll be discussing, among other topics, the future of mid-shore and the challenges facing…
Ashvan Luckraz and Sonia Xavier explain the significance of the updated legislation affecting international arbitration in Mauritius.
Switzerland’s lump-sum tax regime is a magnet for non-working foreigners. Peter Krummenacher, Partner at Henley & Partners, examines the components, history, and development of this sought-after system.
Urs Stirnimann assesses how the UAE’s model for tax and regulation differs from IFCs elsewhere, andexplains how the latest policy changes are encouraging companies to relocate to Dubai, in particular.
Private equitiy and direct investments are the new favourite asset classes among family offices globally, particularly the Greater China region.
Derek Sambrook looks back on a changing American foreign policy and its effects on the Caribbean region, and wonders what might come next, particularly for Panama.
Fabiano Deffenti outlines the significance of Brazil’s Repatriation Law and other important new legislation.
1 July 2017 is the twentieth anniversary of the transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong from the UK to the People’s Republic of China. Julian Stargardt asks what has changed, what remains the same, and considers what the future might bring.
The Ghanaian economy is one of the four largest economies in the West African Sub region and 7th in Africa. Ghana is ranked very highly in West Africa for the…
Christian Stewart looks at the forces shaping the future of the Hong Kong family office.