Jersey greenlights launch of initial coin offerings
Initial coin offerings (ICOs) will be allowed to be launched in Jersey, according to a guidance note issued by The Jersey ...
Brexit uncertainty increases costs of overseas property
European properties have risen in price for British buyers since 2015 due to Brexit uncertainty, despite Spanish house prices still being ...
HMRC seeks to collect data on taxpayers without independent oversight, Pinsent Masons warns
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is seeking new powers that will allow it to demand information on taxpayers from any business ...
Jersey trust law changes provide 'welcome clarity', Carey Olsen's head of trusts says
Updates published last month to Jersey's Trusts Law, which include "welcome clarity" surrounding the disclosure of information to beneficiaries, help to ...
Australian government to introduce changes to individual tax residency rules
The Australian Minister for revenue and financial services, Hon Kelly O'Dwyer MP, has welcomed an initial report of the Board of ...
Civil Partnerships - for all or none?
The Supreme Court has unanimously allowed the appeal brought by Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan declaring that the Civil Partnership Act ...
Jersey approves legislation to strengthen ability to prosecute financial crime
New legislation designed to strengthen Jersey's capabilities to fight financial crime has been introduced in the Crown Dependency
Supreme Court rules in favour of heterosexual civil partnerships - family law sector reacts
The Supreme Court has unanimously ruled in favour of heterosexual couple entering into a civil partnership as opposed to a marriage, ...
First exchange of large multinationals' country-by-country reports to begin at end of June
At the end of June 2018, Switzerland's Federal Tax Administration (FTA) will for the first time send multinational groups' country-by-country reports ...
EY survey finds almost 40 percent of wealth and asset management firms plan Brexit relocation
The impact of Brexit on the wealth management sector has been hotly debated ever since the referendum result. One key question ...