Offshore jurisdictions protest as Netherlands puts them on blacklist

Pedro Gonçalves
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The Bahamas call it "premature", the Cayman "unjustified", in the eyes of the Bermuda government it is "unfortunate" and the Isle of Man was caught by "surprise". Offshore jurisdictions from all over are protesting as the Dutch puts them on blacklist. The chief minister Howard Quayle sees no explanation for the inclusion of the Isle of Man on that list."I was pretty surprised by that. It was a little bit bizarre, I mean the Isle of Man has a better regulatory rating than the Netherlands so I'm surprised at their actions". "Obviously this happened over the holidays period so I haven't ...

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