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Budget comment: More money for Maths teachers, but a missed opportunity on housing and property

By: Mark Davies, Managing Director, Mark Davies Associates | 23 Nov 2017

Mark Davies shared his thoughts upon, and reaction to, chancellor Philip Hammond’s Budget yesterday, and his thoughtful essay is reproduced below. First, speaking to International Investment, Davies…

US football players’ ass’n to require players’ advisers be CFP and/or CFA certified

By: Helen Burggraf | 20 Nov 2017

The NFL Players Association, a Washington, DC-based organisation which represents 1,700 players in the American National Football League, has formally amended its list of requirements for financial…

International Investment’s Essential Compendium of Acronyms

By: International Investment Staff | 10 Nov 2017

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…

Residence-based tax regime ‘would be revenue-neutral’ for US: research

By: Helen Burggraf | 07 Nov 2017

If the US were to replace its citizenship-based taxation regime with one that is based on an individual’s jurisdiction of residency – like almost the entire rest…

US expats’ fingers still crossed as first draft of tax reform bill doesn’t address overseas individuals

By: Helen Burggraf | 03 Nov 2017

“The good news is that the game is [still] on,” the American Citizens Abroad said yesterday, after the House of Representatives unveiled the first draft of the…

Australia turns up heat on best interests duty violators with A$1m penalty

By: Helen Burggraf | 30 Oct 2017

An Australian court has imposed a civil penalty of A$1m (US$766,000, £582,000) against a Melbourne-based advisory business for “breaches of the best interests duty”, in the latest…

A reader asks: ‘How do I advise my divorcing dual UK-US citizen client to split his pension?’

By: R. Stanton Farmer, CFP, Of Thun Financial Advisors | 25 Oct 2017

This is one of those questions that UK-trained and UK client-focused advisers who only look after American expat clients occasionally say they come up against from time…

Isle of Man FSA responds to comments on draft collective investment schemes guidance

By: Helen Burggraf | 24 Oct 2017

The Isle of Man’s Financial Services Authority has published a  response to comments received in connection with a draft guidance note published earlier in the year, which…

IoM extends Code of Practice consultation period

By: Ridhima Sharma | 23 Oct 2017

The Isle of Man Financial Services Authority has extended by three weeks the deadline for those wishing to comment on its proposed Corporate Governance Code of Practice…

How Donald Trump’s proposed tax reforms could affect US expats

By: David McKeegan, Co-founder, Greenback Expat Tax Services   | 17 Oct 2017

Plans to reform the US tax system have been making the rounds of Washington in recent weeks. Among those lobbying on behalf of the expatriate community, the…

US regulator announces cyber-threat ‘enforcement initiatives’

By: Helen Burggraf | 26 Sep 2017

The US Securities & Exchange Commission has unveiled two new initiatives it says are aimed at addressing “cyber-based threats” – including “violations involving distributed ledger technology and…

CISI, Thomson Reuters partner for MiFID II seminars

By: Jonathan Boyd | 20 Sep 2017

Such is the demand to better understand the implications of MiFID II, the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments (CISI) has announced it has joined forces with…

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