Hannah Beecham interviews Fabian Picardo, Chief Minister of Gibraltar, on the state of the nation.
Investor demand has driven Standard Life Investments to resister some of its most successful SICAV funds in France, Belgium and Italy.
Professional services provider, Praxis Malta has expanded its offering with the launch of its Trireme range of pension products.
The Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority has opened up a consultation process on the state's proposed rule changes which will update and strengthen the regulatory regime for (re)insurance business aligning it more closely with international best...
The Isle of Man has signed two double taxation treaties (DTAs) continuing its programme of developing closer economic and taxation cooperation with other countries.
Recent events in Europe around the liability of depositors in Cyprus bailing out the island's troubled banks have left investors nervous about the security of their own investments in Europe's banks.
Luxembourg has bowed to FACTA-style pressure and plans to introduce automatic exchange of information.
The double taxation agreement (DTA) between Guernsey and Qatar signals another important step in expanding the Island's business base in the Middle East.
London & Colonial has raised concern over the continuing promotion of what it calls "questionable esoteric and overseas property developments" because of a loophole allowing IFAs to move such investments into unregulated environments.
Company owners in emerging markets are still disadvantaged when it comes to creating global brands due to attitudes towards money management and wealth.
Investec Asset Management believes this year's BRICS Summit recently held in South Africa was more about communication between the five countries rather than coordination which is a concept still in its infancy.
Pension payments into Cypriot bank accounts for British expats have been suspended by the UK's Department for Work and Pensions.
Financial administration service provider, Vistra, is to open an office in San Francisco.
The Australian government has introduced legislation which will enshrine in law the terms ‘financial planner' and ‘financial adviser'.
Law firm Carey Olsen has published an explanatory brief on the implications of the draft intergovernmental agreement (IGA) Guernsey is in the process of finalising with the UK covering a tax package of three initiatives.
London & Colonial is on the brink of launching two versions of a Gibraltar-registered QROPS - a ‘lite' version alongside a full QROPS product are planned to come on stream this April.
Jersey's Financial Services Commission (JFSC) has ruled that all advisers working for Jersey businesses registered to give retail investment advice must achieve QCF Level 4 qualifications by the end of this year.
The Daniel Stewart Mercury Forex Currency Fund is set to start trading in April 2013. Aimed at expert and institutional investors, the Gibraltar-based fund has been launched in conjunction with Swiss firm, Mercury Forex.
Dubai's Financial Services Authority (DFSA) has been forced to issue another alert to both the financial services community and members of the public of an email scam distributed in its name.
The stark warning from Cyprus' outgoing finance minister that the island will run out of money come May has panicked depositors into withdrawing funds and causing the new finance minister to issue his own warning that the Cypriot banks will be at risk...