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In 2008, in cooperation with Nomiki Bibliothiki, a leading Greek publisher in the legal field, our firm produced a comprehensive annotated compendium of Cyprus laws in the Greek language.
The Global Competitiveness Report, 2012- 2013, published by the World Economic Forum is one of the most reliable sources of global competitiveness standards in 144 economies.
We have become accustomed to hear and read about the woes of the Eurozone, and how this crisis can lead to systemic risk and contagion.
China’s economy is faltering through falling exports, the United States economy is chugging along at best, the emerging economies such as India, are in for a hard landing and Europe, stuck in political ideology, stymies any economic solution.
The inaugural awards, which formed part of the Captive Live UK 2013 Conference that took place in February, also saw a number of Guernsey-based firms recognised as winners in their respective categories.
Until recently, both the raising of capital and borrowing by a Guernsey company were regulated by The Control of Borrowing (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Ordininace, 1959, commonly known as "COBO".
Vistra Curacao, Info Capital and the Dutch Caribbean Securities Exchange are hosting a seminar entitled 'The Global Pathway to Australian Investment Solutions' to be presented by LM Investment Management Ltd on Tuesday, 19 March at the Santa Barbara Beach and Golf Resort.
Vistra, a leading global provider of corporate, trust and fund administration services announced today that it has opened new offices in Madrid and Barcelona to target the growing opportunities locally in the country and also in North and Latin American markets through internationally focused Spanish corporations.
Projects are complex and are often innovative - in what they are aiming to achieve and/or in the solutions that are put in place to deliver them.
Maltese retail businesses identify accessibility and transport infrastructure as the major factors affecting their business in a market barometer conducted by PwC.
The past year, 2012, was in many ways a continuation of the previous year, with self-perpetuating economic malaise lingering throughout the developed world.
2013 will be the year when we start to see how the world economy will look for the rest of the century.
As a general rule, most financial products and services were very profitable on a standalone basis, but in order to maintain acceptable margins, organizations may have to gain a larger share of their institutional clients' wallets.
The annual review of PwC, covering the year ended on 31st December 2011.
Breakfast briefing in London organised by the Malta High Commission and introduced by H.E Joseph Zammit Tabona High Commissioner of Malta to the Court of St James’s.
With data breaches in the headlines most days, executives are increasingly concerned about data privacy and security issues.
Advanced economies projected to be smaller than emerging economies in 2013 for first time since reliable records began.
The results of this year’s PwC Family Business Survey prove that there is a great deal the wider corporate sector could learn from the family firm, just as there is far more that governments could do to support them.
The UAE enacts a new federal law on the regulation of the experts profession before judicial authorities.