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Friedrich Schwank assesses what makes Austria such a winning country for foreign investment, and how its multitude of bilateral treaties benefit the economy.
The eighth Offshore Investment Conference opened in Hong Kong on 14 June with a warning that the international finance industry faces ever more intrusive levels of regulation. Christopher Copper-Ind selects
highlights from the two-day event at the Conrad, Central.
Derek Sambrook surveys the wreckage of Venezuela’s ruinous economic policies, and struggles to see cause for optimism.
Randall Krebs outlines Bermuda’s recent business and investment fund innovations.
Liechtenstein provides various advantageous possibilities and structures for fund managers, either within the framework of the UCITS or AIFM Directive respectively through its local fund laws. By means of its EEA membership, full access to the EU single market can be granted if required. Eduard von Kymmel explains.
Stability and innovation remain front and centre as the key drivers for Guernsey’s financial services sector, writes Dominic Wheatley.
Trevor Carmichael explains recent changes to Barbados’ myriad tax treaties, and describes some of the benefits they provide.
Paolo Panico warns of the potentially damaging consequences of public beneficial ownership registers.
Since 2008, when what is now known as blockchain technology was first described, interest in virtual currencies has grown exponentially, and they are an increasingly established part of the global financial system. But what happens when they are abused by the dishonest? Andrew Bodnar reports.
Urs Stirnimann sets out the legal landscape of one of the world’s great offshore success stories.
An unexpected outcome to an unnecessary election has given renewed hopes of a less damaging withdrawal from the EU for the British economy. James Quarmby looks at the likely consequences for taxes in the UK.
The June 2017 issue of Offshore Investment is out now, and includes a special report on cyber-security. Andrew Bodnar asks what happens when virtual currencies are abused by criminals. Elsewhere…