Helen Burggraf

Brits behaving badly: Where UK citizens are most likely to be arrested

By: Helen Burggraf | 02 May 2018

British citizens heading to Thailand stand a greater chance of being arrested while there than in any other country, according to official UK government data. “The Land…

BOTs express shock and anger over new ownership transparency regs

By: Helen Burggraf | 02 May 2018

A number of Britain’s 14 Overseas Territories have responded with a mixture of shock and anger to yesterday’s news that the UK is to require them to…

Transparency groups claim victory as public ownership registers for BOTs get nod

By: Helen Burggraf | 01 May 2018

Most of the UK’s Overseas Territories will have to make public the identities of the beneficial owners of all their registered companies by the end of 2020,…

People Moves: GWM Group, Investec Asset Management, Carey Olsen, Arton Capital, Commerzbank

By: International Investment Staff | 01 May 2018

GWM Group Guardian Wealth Management, also known as the GWM Group, has hired Roy Walker as a senior wealth manager, to work in its Dubai offices. Walker,…

Singapore’s MAS consults on raising bar for individual accountability

By: Helen Burggraf | 01 May 2018

The Monetary Authority of Singapore is seeking industry feedback on a proposal to “strengthen individual accountability of senior managers, and raise standards of conduct in financial institutions”,…

Eyes of BOTs on Westminster today as key public register debate unfolds

By: Helen Burggraf | 01 May 2018

The eyes of officials from Britain’s overseas territories, executives of companies based in such jurisdictions and anti-tax haven campaigners will be focused on the British House of…

Pension transfer industry seeks clarity over new Malta regulations

By: Helen Burggraf | 30 Apr 2018

The UK’s pension transfer industry is seeking clarity and detail about new, apparently major rules affecting the way pensions transferred to Malta are soon to be required…

Cyprus’s 3D Global issues call for UK wealth managers

By: Helen Burggraf | 30 Apr 2018

At 4:30pm in Limassol, Cyprus, today, it was 27°C (81°F) under sunny skies; tomorrow is also expected to be sunny, with a high of around 31°C. In…

Some retired Brits in Cyprus could face higher taxes: Report

By: Helen Burggraf | 30 Apr 2018

A recently-revised double tax agreement between the UK and Cyprus, signed last month, “could result in higher taxes for some retired British residents in Cyprus, whose pensions…

Sanlam UK launches new service aimed at mitigating UK IHT

By: Helen Burggraf | 30 Apr 2018

Sanlam UK, the British arm of the South Africa-based and listed Sanlam financial services group, today pulled the wraps off of a new service it says will…

Craig Barley named to head up Butterfield Trust (Bahamas)

By: Helen Burggraf | 25 Apr 2018

Bermuda-based Butterfield Trust (Bahamas) Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bermuda-based Bank of NT Butterfield & Son Ltd, has named Craig Barley managing director, succeeding Timothy Colclough.…

As US expat groups lobby, Washington lawmakers debate Trump tax bill

By: Helen Burggraf | 25 Apr 2018

Groups representing American expatriate taxpayers in the offshore community stepped up their lobbying efforts earlier this week, as the US Senate’s Finance Committee prepared on Tuesday to…

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