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Manulife Asset Management Singapore has launched the Manulife SGD Income Fund, which aims to deliver income and returns in Singapore Dollars from Asian fixed income investment opportunities. The fund aims…
Offshore Investment’s Singapore Conference, which took place 8-9 February, highlighted how the industry is awaiting its ‘Uber moment’ in wealth management. Family offices, UK property and the future of private…
Patricia Woo offers a comparative overview of standalone single family offices in the region
Justin Harper reports from the 5th Offshore Investment Conference Singapore 2017, which took place on 8th and 9th February.
Holding wealth offshore is, and always has been, an effective tax planning tool. Sharon Ser provides an insight into how courts deal with asset division when families decide to go their separate ways.
Recent amendments to laws have helped Vanuatu continue its establishment as the regional centre for, amongst others, Captive Insurance, Offshore banking and Second Citizenship programmes. Roy MacDonald provides an overview of the work in progress.
In context of the recent Indonesian government tax amnesty offer, Bernard Chung analyses the Singapore Courts response in dealing with an alleged breach of trust in relation to family wealth protection.
Singapore is well positioned to be the premier wealth management
hub in Asia. Shantini Ramachandra explores the benefits and opportunities
Singapore can offer high-net-worth individuals in comparison to other more
traditional finance centres.
Since the 1990s the number of ships constructed in China has been increasing and in 2014, ships for export accounted for 85% of finished ships and 93% of newly ordered ships. George C. Economou looks at how China’s new Silk Road strategy aims to turn China into a principal economic and diplomatic force in world affairs.
The RMI Maritime Registry is the third largest in the world. Laura Sherman looks at how that status has been achieved.
In this age of considerable migration, Richard Norridge and Joanna Caen suggest that cross-jurisdictional issues affecting trusts and estates will occur with increasing frequency. They discuss these issues with reference to recent decisions in Hong Kong and other common law jurisdictions.
Dr Ludovic C. Verbist looks at the changes which have taken place in Mauritius over the past 20 to 30 years and considers why the Mauritius-India Double Taxation Agreement is still the best.