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Jonathan Law provides an overview of the unexpected advantages of redomiciling a hedge fund, and assesses some of the drawbacks also.
In the second of a series of occasional articles for Offshore Investment, Allyson Gibson explains how the
government of The Bahamas is seeking to better tap into financial services in a bid to attract FDI to The Bahamas and better develop the financial sector.
Urs Stirnimann gives his bi-monthly round-up of news from the GCC, including Saudi Arabia’s uncertain path to progress, the CRS’s arrival in the UAE and the unstoppable rise of free zones.
The third Offshore Investment Conference Cyprus took place on 22 and 23 November, and revealed a buoyant local economy with bright prospects for Cyprus and foreign investors alike. It also revealed an industry uncertain as to its own future.
From fintech to software to social media and pharmaceutical research, Ireland’s future economic growth will depend to an ever-increasing amount on the knowledge economy, writes Peter O’Dwyer
As a result of today’s climate, in which professional trustees are held to increasingly high standards by regulators, courts and clients alike, the importance of fiduciaries recording their decisions has never been greater. By Alice Bricogne
Among moral or spiritual values that families would consider most important, many would agree that forgiveness should be ranked high on the list if not at the very top. It is the missing piece in the Asian family puzzle, says Patricia Woo
In the wake of the so-called Paradise Papers revelations, Richard Cassell explains how disclosures, government information exchange and the whole alphabet soup can be managed to protect clients.
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.
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.
The end-of-year issue of Offshore Investment has a special focus on regulation. Richard Cassell’s cover story, We Have a Problem, assesses how disclosures and information exchange can be managed to…
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…