Pensioners at risk of pension fraud after Government scraps cold calling ban, warns RSM
Pensioners "will remain at risk from unscrupulous cold callers who are hell-bent on stealing their lifesavings" following the Government's confirmation that ...
Switzerland and Singapore sign information agreement exchange
Switzerland has signed an agreement on the automatic exchange of information with Singapore
Indian tax authorities demand foreign bank account details from NRIs
India's tax authority has added a new reporting requirement to tax returns requiring all non-resident Indian nationals (NRIs) to disclose details ...
The week on eprivateclient: Berwin Leighton Paisner, Deloitte, Finance Bill and more...
A look at the top stories this week on eprivateclient...
Through the looking glass - disclosure of trusts
With the UK General Election over we return to the issue of the disclosure of trusts, as the unstoppable transparency juggernaut ...
UK Law Commission calls for 'outdated' law of wills to be overhauled
The outdated law of wills in England & Wales needs an overhaul according to the Law Commission
Taylor Review is an attempt to 'bring the taxman into 21st Century'
The Taylor Review, a major report on the UK's working practices, has been published. Authored by Matthew Taylor, a former adviser ...
Wealth managers for Chinese clients seeking CRS guidance, finds Guernsey Finance briefing
Wealth managers who serve Chinese clients are continuing to seek guidance on the implications and requirements associated with the introduction of ...
Barbados becomes 101st jurisdiction to sign OECD BEPS framework
Barbados has joined the OECD's Inclusive Framework (IF) on BEPS, becoming the 101st jurisdiction to do so
Jersey introduces Beneficial Ownership record sharing solution
Digital Jersey and the Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC) have developed a solution allowing firms in Jersey to automatically transfer over ...