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4.2m Eurozone expats in limbo as Brexit talks stall

By: Gary Robinson | 21 Jul 2017

More than 4.2m expats across Europe are in limbo over their future status in the EU and the UK as Brexit talks stalled yesterday. A row over…

Italian tax police demand details on 10,000 Swiss bank accounts

By: Eugene Costello | 21 Jul 2017

Italy’s tax authorities are pressing their Swiss counterparts for details relating to some $8bn held in 10,000 bank accounts by Italian citizens. Switzerland’s Federal Tax Administration is…

EFAMA and AMIC launch joint report on fund leverage in Europe

By: Lauren Lamont | 20 Jul 2017

The European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) and Asset Management and Investors Council (AMIC) have published a joint report, analysing the use of leverage in investment…

Jersey-born Crocodile Dundee ‘tax fraudster’ to fight extradition

By: Eugene Costello | 20 Jul 2017

The notorious case of the Jerseyman sought down under to face criminal proceedings for allegedly masterminding the biggest tax fraud in Australian history, involving clients such as…

Schroders launches climate change dashboard

By: Gary Robinson And Lauren Lamont | 19 Jul 2017

Schroders has launched a new tool for measuring climate change that it aims to use to boost its sustainability stock selections.  The Climate Progress Dashboard has been designed to…

Allfunds launches new fintech platform

By: Eugenia Jimenez | 14 Jul 2017

Allfunds Bank has expanded its offering to the wealth management industry with the launch of new API capabilities intended to facilitate mobile applications and digital services. The…

Monaco tweaks ‘Private Law’ regs to simplify, modernise

By: Helen Burggraf | 13 Jul 2017

The principality of Monaco has made what are said to be potentially significant changes to its so-called International Private Law, a key piece of legislation that covers…

Comments spark fresh concerns for London’s future as EU’s finance hub

By: Helen Burggraf | 12 Jul 2017

Comments emerging from a European banking conference taking place in Paris over the last two days have sparked fresh concerns about whether London will be able to…

Hong Kong and France agree mutual recognition of funds deal

By: Gary Robinson | 12 Jul 2017

The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) and the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on France-Hong Kong Mutual Recognition of Funds…

Northern Ireland’s Davy buys part of Danske Bank’s wealth biz

By: Adrien Paredes-Vanheule | 11 Jul 2017

Davy Private Clients (UK), the Northern Irish wealth management company, has acquired part of Danske Bank’s discretionary portfolio management wealth business. The deal involves the transfer of the…

RWC Partners to acquire Clapp’s Pensato Capital

By: Gary Robinson | 10 Jul 2017

Former Fidelity European star fund manager Graham Clapp’s Pensato Capital is to be acquired by with RWC Partners. RWC Partners announced earlier today that that it is…

British Overseas Territories set for House of Lords Brexit talks

By: Gary Robinson | 07 Jul 2017

The House of Lords EU Committee will next week take evidence from representatives of eight of the British Overseas Territories as its scrutiny of the impact of…

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