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FCA gives firms flexibility over cross-border business post-Brexit

By: Pedro Goncalves | 21 Aug 2018

The UK’s financial watchdog has promised firms seeking to operate cross-border after Brexit will be granted flexibility to choose their own business model. The FCA issued its…

Dubai regulator probes Abraaj Capital as investigation continues

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 16 Aug 2018

Dubai’s financial services regulator has moved to bar Abraaj Capital from taking on new business or moving money to Abraaj Investment Management (AIML), its related entity, while…

Regulatory bodies consult on creation of Global Financial Innovation Network

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 08 Aug 2018

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has collaborated with 11 regulatory bodies from Europe, the Far East and the US on the creation of a Global Financial…

GAM suspends investment director Haywood

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 01 Aug 2018

Swiss asset manager GAM suspended one of its top portfolio managers today following an internal probe into his handling of a bond strategy worth £8.5bn. Tim Haywood,…

US expats hand back passports to avoid tough tax rules

By: Pedro Goncalves | 01 Aug 2018

The strict tax rules imposed by the US government are making foreign banks and financial firms unwilling to do business with American expats. For many the solution…

Inheritance tax payments hit record £5bn for 2017-18

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 31 Jul 2018

The latest official figures from HMRC reveal the British government received over £5bn in IHT receipts last year. Total IHT receipts have almost doubled since 2010-11, having…

Feature: Navigating the Asian regulatory maze

By: Gary Robinson | 26 Jul 2018

In this special feature International Investment’s Pedro Goncalves takes a look at the increasingly complex maze of regulatory change with the Asian financial services marketplace Click here or…

Aramco flotation delayed by Saudi gov’t ‘in-fighting’

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 26 Jul 2018

Saudi Arabia’s long-awaited public listing on a foreign stock exchange has been delayed by divisions within central government in Riyadh, according to reports. The unprecedented move, which…

Saudi investment on hold as businesses fear surveillance

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 25 Jul 2018

Businesses in Saudi Arabia are holding back cash or attempting to transfer funds abroad as nervousness hangs over the economy following a crackdown on alleged corruption earlier…

Legal experts say new SEC rule will hurt whistleblower program

By: Pedro Goncalves | 24 Jul 2018

SEC is under fire from legal experts after it put forward a number of amendments to the whistleblower program that caps the reward for those willing to…

FEIFA teams up with Nexus Global to assist advisers

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 24 Jul 2018

The Federation of European IFAs (FEIFA) has today confirmed that Nexus Global has become its first Network Member. “We have been working informally with Nexus and other…

China steps up rules on wealth management

By: Pedro Goncalves | 23 Jul 2018

China’s regulator has issued new draft rules for the country’s $3trn wealth management business that sets stricter requirements on banks to raise and invest funds from their…

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