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Have Financial Advisers Been Let Off The Hook Because Of The Financial Crisis?
Case law in the UK tells us of the importance of the duty to take reasonable care and that, if you suffer loss as a result of another party's negligence, you can recover that loss.
UK
15 Nov 2011
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BOOK REVIEW: "Protected Cell Companies: A Guide To Their Implementation And Use", Second Edition, By Nigel Feetham And Grant Jones. Published By Spiramus.
The first edition, published in February 2008, has already established a reputation as the original book on Protected Cell Companies (PCCs) - a growing phenomena in the insurance industry in particular.
Gibraltar
 
22 Mar 2010
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Gibraltar – HMRC - New Disclosure Opportunity
In 2007, as a result of HMRC receiving information from five major UK banks with offshore subsidiaries, HMRC offered an Offshore Disclosure Facility (“ODF”) which was designed to allow those people holding offshore accounts to declare those accounts and put their tax affairs in order.
Gibraltar
21 Oct 2009
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EC Ruling on Exempt Companies
Hammered out over the past year in protracted negotiations between Gibraltar, Britain and the European Commission, an agreement to extend the tax exempt status of 8,464 Gibraltar registered companies until December 2010 removes much uncertainty hanging over Gibraltar’s Finance Centre.
Gibraltar
12 Apr 2005
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Gibraltar Qualifying Company Status to be Phased Out
In a confidential document obtained by the Gibraltar Chronicle, it is claimed that Finance Centre Director James Tipping has told 200 locally based firms that the European Commission may force the Gibraltar government to abolish the qualifying company tax regime.
Gibraltar
4 Apr 2005
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