Tag Archives: Offshore Finance

Global Implications for Offshore Financial Centers and Companies in the Wake of EU Economic Substance Requirements

The passage of the EU’s economic substance legislation for most offshore financial jurisdictions has ushered in challenging new criteria. Writing for Trusts & Trustees, the leading international journal on trust law and practice and the official journal of the International Academy … Read more

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Legal and Economic Significance of Offshore Finance in the British Virgin Islands

International financial records recently stolen from two offshore services firms and 19 corporate registries maintained by governments were leaked to journalists and their details subsequently published around the world. But beyond the hype, however, we find no intelligent inferences of … Read more

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BVI Capital Economics Study and History of International Trade Vindicates Offshore Centre

International Trade The history of trade can be traced back for thousands of years, from the early days of bartering to the introduction of money, and now, modern, complex trade and finance arrangements between individuals, countries, and international trade groups. … Read more

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Onshore vs Offshore – is there really a battle?

Over the past few months the issue of offshore jurisdictions and the role they play in the global economy has come under extreme scrutiny, especially from onshore governments seeking to increase tax revenues. The recent Panama Papers Leak has only … Read more

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