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The Role Of Offshore Jurisdictions In The PRC
Kristian Wilson looks at some of the drivers for offshore jurisdictions such as the British Virgin Islands to play such a significant role in structuring foreign direct investment into and out of the People’s Republic of China.
China
28 Apr 2015
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Seeking Truth From Fact: Rationale And Use Of Offshore Jurisdictions In The PRC
In 2013, inflows of foreign direct investment to the People’s Republic of China amounted to US$127 billion, making the PRC the world’s second largest recipient of inward FDI after the United States.
China
27 Apr 2015
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The BVI: Stepping Stone To Russia
International finance centres (IFCs) are frequently used to structure Russian inward and outward investment and it has been observed that in 2012, 11 of the 40 main recipients of Russian FDI were IFCs.
British Virgin Islands
27 Apr 2015
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Turning East And West For Wealth Planning
Mauritius has used India, China and various African countries for investing, and trusts are now being used by clients from mature European markets as well.
Mauritius
15 Apr 2014
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Divided By A Common Language? English Court Goes In Different Direction To U.S On "COMI"
The recent decision of In the Matter of Stanford International Bank Limited and Others [2009] EWHC 1441 (CH) raises important considerations for liquidators of offshore investment vehicles who seek recognition and assistance from the English Courts pursuant to the Cross-Border Insolvency Regulations 2006 (the “2006 Regulation”).
Cayman Islands
5 Oct 2009
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Switzerland’s Cayman Connection
Paul Scrivener, partner with Cayman law firm, Solomon Harris, explores the interaction between the two jurisdictions when it comes to funds of hedge funds
Cayman Islands
2 Jul 2008
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Cayman Calling – The Continuing Draw of the Hedge Fund Industry in the Cayman Islands
With an estimated 75% of the world’s hedge funds now domiciled in the jurisdiction, the Cayman Islands are continuing to strengthen their position as the world’s number one offshore domicile for hedge funds.
Cayman Islands
1 Feb 2006
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