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WHIreland Int’l rebrands amid bid to become ‘IoM’s largest wealth manager’

By: Gary Robinson | 17 Aug 2017

WHIreland has launched its new WHIreland International Wealth brand for its Isle of Man subsidiary operation amid a major recruitment drive as it bids to become ‘the largest…

Guernsey event to mark first year in Hong Kong

By: Gary Robinson | 17 Aug 2017

Guernsey Finance is to host an event in Home Kong next month to mark one year of the island’s presence in the jurisdiction. ‘Ganbei Guernsey’ will take…

IoM to go ahead with proposed closed-ended scheme, exempt manager reg changes

By: Helen Burggraf | 10 Aug 2017

The Isle of Man Financial Services Authority said it plans to go ahead with proposed changes to the regulations governing the way closed-ended investment companies are to…

VIDEO: Int’l pension scams will always find a way under current rules: Pension Life

By: Gary Robinson | 07 Aug 2017

International pension scammers will always find a way to discover loopholes to continue ‘dodgy dealings’ unless serious change is undertaken by regulators, according to pensions campaigner and…

Jersey-based financial firm defends its links in Pakistani PM downfall case

By: Gary Robinson | 07 Aug 2017

A Jersey-based financial firm that had close ties to a controversial property deal unearthed in last year’s Panama Papers probe, which contributed to the downfall of the Pakistani…

Fintech firm takes 25% stake in Gibraltar Stock Exchange

By: Eugene Costello | 03 Aug 2017

The Gibraltar Stock Exchange has signalled its determination to embrace blockchain technology and absorb virtual currencies into its trading, with its announcement that it has sold a…

Canada Life Int’l adds online valuations for int’l open arch bonds

By: Gary Robinson | 02 Aug 2017

Canada Life International and software company Intelliflo iO have joined forces to launch online valuation access for international open architecture bonds. CLI announced that it has partnered with specialist…

‘Positive migration trend’ of finance entities cited in Guernsey

By: Helen Burggraf | 02 Aug 2017

Guernsey has seen a “notable inward migration of companies, funds and other structures” in the first six months of this year, financial industry executives said today. In…

Jersey’s JTC completes acquisition of Dutch firm

By: Gary Robinson | 01 Aug 2017

Jersey-based independent funds, corporate and fiduciary services provider JTC has completed its acquisition of New Amsterdam Cititrust B.V. (NACT). As previously reported, the acquisition is part of…

Isle of Man’s collapsed Louis Group now ‘worthless’

By: Eugene Costello | 01 Aug 2017

In a move that they accept will leave investors “financially devastated”, liquidators for collapsed Isle of Man-based property investment firm Louis Group have said that, following legal advice,…

Hammond insists UK will not be a tax haven post-Brexit

By: Eugene Costello | 31 Jul 2017

The UK will not become a tax haven that undercuts its European rivals post-Brexit, said the Chancellor Philip Hammond as rumours surfaced of Cabinet fighting and chaos.…

Brexit pushes Guernsey FSC into licence fee rise

By: Eugene Costello | 28 Jul 2017

The Guernsey Financial Services Commission (GFSC) has said Brexit is partly to blame for its likely decision to raise licence fees by 3% for 2018, breaking a…

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