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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…

International Investment’s Essential Compendium of Acronyms

By: International Investment Staff | 22 Apr 2018

International Investment’s Essential Acronym Compendium is a collection we’ve put together over the years, in an effort to make sense of the financial services industry’s acronym jungle. If…

OECD warns of potential to mis-use citizenship-by-investment to avoid CRS

By: Helen Burggraf | 20 Feb 2018

Citizenship-by-investment schemes, which are becoming increasingly popular in many parts of the world as a means of encouraging inward investment by high-net-worth foreigners, “can offer a backdoor…

American renunciations down in 2017 after 4-year climb to 2016 record

By: Helen Burggraf | 12 Feb 2018

For the first time in five years, the number of Americans who renounced their citizenships fell slightly in 2017 from the previous year, which had been a…

Michael Gove hits out at UK water companies over ‘tax haven’ use

By: Helen Burggraf | 01 Feb 2018

Michael Gove, the UK’s environment secretary, has hit out at the country’s privatised water companies over their use of offshore financial arrangements and “opaque financial structures”. The UK’s…

Potential coin confusion seen for IoM visitors, as island keeps its round Manx £1 coin

By: Helen Burggraf | 10 Jan 2018

As in the UK, the British round pound coin officially ceased to be legal tender on the Isle of Man, at midnight on 15 October.  However, it’s…

UK’s FCA names BoE adviser Randell to succeed Griffith-Jones as chair

By: Ridhima Sharma | 05 Jan 2018

The Treasury has named Bank of England adviser and former lawyer Charles Randell to succeed John Griffith-Jones as chairman of the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority. Randell, who…

Residents of Jersey, IoM being targeted by ‘fraudsters’

By: Helen Burggraf | 03 Jan 2018

“Fraudsters” of unknown origin have been targeting residents of Jersey and the Isle of Man by posing as financial crime investigators,  and in the run-up to Christmas,…

Season’s greetings from all at International Investment

By: Gary Robinson | 22 Dec 2017

To all of our readers and viewers thanks for your support throughout 2017. We look forward to bringing you more if the breaking news, features, ezines, videos…

Ninth Australian MP quits over dual citizenship issue

By: Helen Burggraf | 22 Nov 2017

Skye Kakoschke-Moore, a South Australian politician who was first elected two years ago to Australia’s Parliament as a senator, has become the ninth Australian MP to resign over…

Corruption ‘purge’ in Saudi sees princes and wealthy business leaders detained

By: Helen Burggraf | 05 Nov 2017

In a stunning move that observers see as further proof that Saudi Arabia is undergoing a major transformation under the influence of the 32-year-old son of its…

April Int’l argues case for iPMI for expat uni students

By: Helen Burggraf | 25 Oct 2017

The last thing many parents of students heading abroad to study may wish to think about – but probably should – is signing their offspring up to…

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