British Overseas Territories' deadline for public ownership registers pushed back to 2023
The deadline for British Overseas Territories to establish public ownership registers has been extended from 2020 to 2023 at the earliest
Bermuda's economic substance legislation comes into force
Bermuda's economic substance legislation has become operative, in a bid to address concerns raised by the EU Council's Code Group, according ...
EU wide approach needed to protect crypto-asset investors
The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) has published its advice to the European Union (EU) Institutions - Commission, Council and ...
HMRC launches Profit Diversion Compliance Facility
HMRC is launching the Profit Diversion Compliance Facility to encourage firms to make voluntary disclosures about mistakes or failures in respect ...
CGT Entrepreneurs' relief - a New Year's resolution to the five percent test?
The Autumn Budget included an important change to CGT entrepreneurs' relief (ER) which extended the five percent qualifying requirements beyond just ...
BDO launches global tax regime report
Accountancy and business advisory firm BDO has launched its bi-annual study of global tax regimes, which aims to help high net ...
Key questions: Jersey Wills for foreign domiciled persons
Julie Melia, Partner at Ogier, answers some of the key questions asked by people who are not domiciled in Jersey, but ...
UK offshore jurisdictions protest after Netherlands puts them on tax 'blacklist'
f Man and the Channel Islands have protested against the Netherlands for including them in its own blacklist of low tax ...
Australia and New Zealand to create joint policy on dual-residents for tax purposes
The Australian Tax Office and New Zealand Inland Revenue are in the process of formalising a practical administrative approach for non-individual ...
The legal pitfalls of LPAs
Seddons' Sarah Clacker looks at why Court actions against people with Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) for vulnerable people have jumped ...