FBR drags feet over action on untaxed offshore investment

The FBR received the first batch of data about locals’ offshore investments under an international exchange of information agreement in September, but the details about the foreign transactions are still lying unattended in the central databank of t


Bermuda insurers increase cat resilience

In addition, the global share of gross estimated potential loss assumed by Bermuda insurers on major catastrophe perils (combined) increased by about 2.0 percent.


Private Wealth in the spotlight at Guernsey Finance Forum

The event was extremely well attended which is testament to Guernsey’s reputation in the London market and the calibre of speakers including Sir John Sawers, former head of the MI6 Intelligence Service, who delivered the keynote speech.


Caribbean Banks support passage of tax bill amendments

CAB “strongly encourages” Caribbean countries that have not yet done so to ensure that they are compliant with international automatic exchange of information/exchange of information on request (AEOI/EOIR) tax standards in order to avoid the n