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FCA, PRA address algorithmic trading, as its use seen to grow

By: Helen Burggraf | 12 Feb 2018

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulatory Authority today published a report and a consultation, respectively, on the supervision of algorithmic trading, as industry experts…

AILO voices PEPP concerns

By: Helen Burggraf | 31 Jan 2018

The Association of International Life Offices has written to a key EIOPA official in Brussels to express its strongly-held view that draft regulation aimed at bringing into…

US Taxpayer Advocate publishes annual list of IRS’s shortcomings

By: Helen Burggraf | 12 Jan 2018

Nina Olson, the US National Taxpayer Advocate, released her Annual Report to Congress this week, and as usual, included mention of failings in the way the Internal…

International Investment’s Essential Compendium of Acronyms

By: International Investment Staff | 10 Jan 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…

Comment: Spanish-compliant bonds ‘too often are a rip-off’ for investors

By: James Pearcy-Caldwell, Chief Executive, Aisa International | 08 Jan 2018

In Spain, as in many other developed financial markets around the world, investors have for decades been advised by locally-based expat advisory firms to entrust their savings…

Australia’s FinoComp launches MiFID II product

By: Helen Burggraf | 02 Jan 2018

FinoComp, an Australian technology business  which provides so-called “micro-services software” to the UK wealth management market, has unveiled a tool for discretionary fund managers and platforms that…

Donald Trump’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: the expat American’s perspective

By: David McKeegan, Co-founder, Greenback Expat Tax Services | 02 Jan 2018

Last month, as US taxpayers, tax experts and international businesses had long been anticipating, President Trump finally signed off on what had been billed as the most…

OECD opens consultation into mandatory disclosure of Common Reporting Standard avoidance schemes

By: Helen Burggraf | 13 Dec 2017

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, the Paris-based entity behind the global information exchange programme known as the Common Reporting Standard, has opened a consultation into…

Royal bride-to-be Meghan Markle’s US citizenship intrigues tax experts

By: Helen Burggraf | 29 Nov 2017

While the UK tabloid newspapers obsess over details of the just-announced wedding next May of Prince Harry and his American girlfriend, Meghan Markle, tax experts and others…

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…

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…

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