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Argentina: Not the last tango

By: Derek Sambrook | 30 Nov 2017

Fifteen years since his first Latin Letter assessed Argentina’s prospects, Derek Sambrook looks at how the country has changed. He finds real success amid a continuing story of turbulence.

Panama: To be continued…

By: José Romero | 30 Nov 2017

José Romero reports from Panama on the jurisdiction’s awkward position on information exchange, and provides an update on wider reform progress since the Panama Papers episode of 2015.

Cyprus conference in full swing

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 23 Nov 2017

Offshore Investment’s 3rd Cyprus Conference is drawing to a close, with delegates debating nothing less than the future of the industry as tighter regulation, coupled with heightened risks around cyber-security…

Cyprus economic recovery peaks

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 23 Nov 2017

Cyprus’s robust economic recovery has peaked, and is forecast to slow into 2018, according to analysts. Speaking at the 3rd Offshore Investment Conference in Cyprus, Fiona Mullen of Sapienta Economics,…

‘Panama Papers 2’ as Australian tax office explores links to Bermuda law firm Appleby

By: Eugene Costello | 02 Nov 2017

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has talked of bracing itself for what may be a “second Panama Papers-style leak”, after learning that the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is scrutinising…

Switzerland: Out of the woods

By: Dimitri M. Rotter And Catherine Morf | 31 Oct 2017

Switzerland has undergone and is still undergoing rapid and profound changes in order to safeguard and improve the country’s competitive tax and business environment. Dimitri M. Rotter and Catherine Morf report.

Penalty spot

By: James Quarmby | 05 Oct 2017

James Quarmby on the new and inexorable rise of the “super-penalty” in the British tax system.

Tall poppies

By: Dr Terry Dwyer | 29 Sep 2017

Egalitarianism is a distinguishing Australian virtue. In its best manifestations it is quite splendid, respecting the dignity of another human being as an equal and despising airs and pretensions not…

Financial industry is the ‘fifth emergency service’ in BVI

By: Eugene Costello | 29 Sep 2017

An alliance of UK financial and legal services based in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) was formed in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, which caused widespread devastation when it hit…

Why Dubai?

By: Urs Stirnimann | 26 Jun 2017

Urs Stirnimann sets out the legal landscape of one of the world’s great offshore success stories.

News from Hong Kong

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 14 Jun 2017

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 in Hong Kong

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 08 Jun 2017

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…

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