What is OFFSHORE FUND? What does OFFSHORE FUND mean? OFFSHORE FUND meaning - OFFSHORE FUND definition - OFFSHORE FUND explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. An offshore fund is a term which generally refers to a collective investment scheme domiciled in an offshore jurisdiction. Like the term "offshore company", the term is more descriptive than definitive, and both the words 'offshore' and 'fund' may be construed differently. The reference to offshore, in the classic case, usually means a traditional offshore jurisdiction such as the Cayman Islands, Jersey or the British Virgin Islands. However, the term is also frequently used to include other corporate domiciles popular for cross border investment structuring, such as Delaware and Luxembourg. In the widest sense, offshore is sometimes used to include any type of cross border collective investment scheme, and popular fund domiciles such as Ireland may be included within the definition of offshore, notwithstanding their substantial size as a country. Similarly, although the reference to fund can be taken to include any sort of collective investment, within offshore jurisdictions themselves, the term offshore fund is often limited to purely open-ended investment funds (i.e. a fund where the investor can redeem his investment during the life of the fund) where the investment is by way of equity (rather than by debt). This is often because closed-ended investment funds (where the investor cannot redeem out), and funds where the investment is structured by way of debt, are not normally subject to the usual regulatory requirements for investments funds, and so are not treated as funds in the stricter sense of that word. Although the term is often used as a simply descriptive one, many onshore countries have specific definitions in their legislation or their tax codes for when an investment is treated as an offshore fund. For example, in the United Kingdom see the Offshore Funds (Tax) Regulations 2009, and in the United States see section 871 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. Most developed offshore jurisdictions provide a broadly similar regulatory regime in relation to funds formed in their country. Typically, the regulatory regime will take a two tier approach, making a distinction between funds which are offered generally to members of the public (which will require a high degree of regulation because of the nature of potential investors), and non-public funds. Non-public funds are usually either categorised as private funds or professional funds or some equivalent label. Typically, investors in non-public funds can be assumed to be sophisticated because of the nature of the offering – there may, for example, be a high minimum initial investment, say US$100,000, and/or a requirement that investors establish that they are "professional investors" (although some offshore jurisdictions allow investors to self-certify this). Alternatively the fund may be designed for a small and select group of investors and the constitutional documents will limit the number of investors, say to no more than 50. Although most offshore jurisdictions permit funds to obtain licences to operate as public funds, the onerous regulatory requirements associated with such licences usually means that only a small minority of offshore funds are available for subscription by the general public. Most offshore domiciling of funds tends to be regulatory driven rather than tax driven. The relative absence of regulation relating to leveraging and investment strategies in offshore jurisdictions encourages higher risk funds, such as hedge funds, to form themselves in those jurisdictions. Typically the offshore jurisdiction in which a fund is incorporated will not impose any direct taxation on the income of the fund. Nor will it impose any withholding or similar income taxes on distributions by the fund to its investors. However, this does not normally operate to exempt the fund from taxes which may arise as a result of its investment activities in other countries. So, for example, if a fund former in the Cayman Islands realises a capital gain on trade in New York, it will still normally be liable to U.S. capital gains tax in the usual way. Similarly, if a person domiciled in the United Kingdom invests in a Guernsey fund, they will still be liable to taxation of income and capital gains received under British tax laws (subject to the rules on remittance of foreign earned income), notwithstanding the absence of any taxation imposed in Guernsey.
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Contrary to offshore hedge funds, US-registered (“onshore”) funds are subject to strict marketing prohibitions, accredited investor requirements, limited number of investors, and tax disadvantage. Professors George Aragon, Bing Liang, and Hyuna Park did a study in which they exploited this difference to test predictions about organizational design, capital flow, and fund performance. They found that onshore funds impose stronger share restrictions such as a lockup provision than offshore funds, but hold more liquid assets. Their results show that capital flows are less sensitive to past performance in onshore funds than in offshore funds due to regulation on advertising, and the flow sensitivity difference affects performance. Liquidity-adjusted alpha is positive and significant (0.94% per month) only for stand-alone onshore funds that have not been affected by strong capital flows from offshore investors through a master-feeder structure. SPEAKERS George Aragon Associate Professor of Finance, W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University (Arizona) RECORDED LIVE ON May 07, 2013 from 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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Contrary to offshore hedge funds, US-registered ("onshore") funds are subject to strict marketing prohibitions, accredited investor requirements, limited number of investors, and tax disadvantage. Professors George Aragon, Bing Liang, and Hyuna Park did a study in which they exploited this difference to test predictions about organizational design, capital flow, and fund performance. They found that onshore funds impose stronger share restrictions such as a lockup provision than offshore funds, but hold more liquid assets. Their results show that capital flows are less sensitive to past performance in onshore funds than in offshore funds due to regulation on advertising, and the flow sensitivity difference affects performance. Liquidity-adjusted alpha is positive and significant (0.94% per month) only for stand-alone onshore funds that have not been affected by strong capital flows from offshore investors through a master-feeder structure. PRESENTER: George Aragon, Associate Professor of Finance, W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University (Arizona)
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We have further revelations about the Cameron family's financial affairs - and a connection to another offshore company based in Jersey. Paul Macnamara reports. . Subscribe for more like this, every day: http://bit.ly/1epe41j Dangerous world: http://bit.ly/1JCsSYb The news explained: http://bit.ly/1epgay4 Music: http://bit.ly/1RVTRNy Technology: http://bit.ly/1LI1K9y Like us on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1wQ1Gty Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1mFUjBD
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With more than 9,000 domiciled there, the Cayman Islands is the world's most popular jurisdiction for hedge funds. This session will take a look at the state of the industry and the pros and cons of Cayman for sponsors and investors, including the following topics: - Professional Directors - Conflicts of Interest - Transparency - Regulation - Cost SPEAKERS Don Seymour Founder, DMS Offshore Investment Services (Cayman Islands) John Prout Executive Director, Foundation for Fund Governance (Washington, DC) Matt Mulry Partner, Dillon Eustace (Cayman Islands) RECORDED LIVE ON May 06, 2013 from 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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What are special investments funds and how do you set up a special investment fund in Luxembourg? In this video we will discuss the low restrictions of special investment funds in Luxembourg, its legal framework and it's legal form. For questions regarding our services, kindly contact us at [email protected] or visit our website to download our brochure.
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After his speech at the Conservative conference, Cathy Newman caught up with the London Mayor Boris Johnson... just about. Subscribe for more like this, every day: http://bit.ly/1epe41j Dangerous world: http://bit.ly/1JCsSYb The news explained: http://bit.ly/1epgay4 Music: http://bit.ly/1RVTRNy Technology: http://bit.ly/1LI1K9y Like us on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1wQ1Gty Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1mFUjBD
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http://HedgeFundSeeding.com This video covers the basics of how to move from being a trader or portfolio manager to starting a hedge fund. We explore how to get your fund formed, what service providers you need to work with, and how much it costs to get started. Learn more at http://HedgeFundSeeding.com
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The Inland Revenue (Amendment) (No. 2) Ordinance 2015 (the Extended Offshore Funds Law) was enacted on 17 July 2015, extending profits tax exemption to non-resident private equity (PE) funds. This new legislation has been widely anticipated by the PE industry in Hong Kong and is expected to benefit many non-resident PE funds with fund management operations in Hong Kong. How PE funds can benefit from the Extended Offshore Funds Law and what are the potential pitfalls that PE funds should be aware of? Understand the key concepts introduced in the Extended Offshore Funds Law and how they may benefit, or impact, your PE fund. (Live presentation was aired on 17 Sep 2015) www.deloitte.com/ap/dbriefs
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In this webinar, attorneys from Dechert’s Financial Services and Investment Management Group examined the building blocks of hedge fund structure, including the principal drivers for choosing partnerships and offshore companies to achieve particular results for fund investors.
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There is no U.S. law that disallows a U.S. person from investing into a Foreign Retirement Fund that has a Government Regulated Fiduciary, is a registered foreign retirement plan and where the jurisdiction accommodates persons that may not live in that jurisdiction. This is at the very core of the Regulator Asset Protection Structure (RAPS). One of the most common RAPS is the 402(b). The IRC 402(b) is formally recognized in IRS Tax Filing Forms and is not a mystery or a legal opinion as it is all in the law for anyone to see. When we explain how the Regulator Asset Protection Structure (RAPS) 402b works as a vehicle for offshore investing, most people respond that it sounds too good to be true; why has my advisor never heard of it? Why have I never heard of it? What about a guarantee? There are a lot of professional service providers involved with pension plans these days, that back in 1986 or indeed in 1974 when ERISA arrived, they just wouldn't have dreamt of the plans working outside of the USA. It was just not something that people did, but they do now and the second one, is why have my advisors never heard of it, it sounds a bit dodgy... the reason for your advisor to have never heard of it, is because by definition he didn't have to deal with. Most attorneys don't need to study this area at all. That's why there are big firms around that have dealt with Pension plans (onshore) for years and years AND as for a guarantee, well it is all laid out for you, you see by IRS Code, Rulings and Guidelines. If you look at the commentaries on FATCA, you learn that it is specifically recognized; foreign retirement plans are exempt. The law in H.K. automatically interfaces with the US and EU vis a vis exempting the Hong Kong plans from any reporting at all. They only need to report locally, means the whole cost structure changes. On the technical side of a 402b, if you want to have Americans in a Hong Kong plan with custodian in the USA that is fine, it is exactly what these agreements are all about. With the Regulator Asset Protection Structure there is no smoke, no mirrors, no matter of opinion -- there are just straight forward pieces of information imparted that are easily verified. On IRS Form 3520 (to report transactions with a Foreign Trust) the instructions states under exceptions to filing that it "does not have to be filed to report an IRC 402(b). This 402(b) Foreign Retirement Plan is a non-qualified deferred compensation Trust. The RAPS 402b Foreign Retirement Plan is a non-qualified deferred compensation plan but a USA non-qualified deferred compensation plan is not the same as a RAPS 402b Foreign Retirement Plan. This 402(b) is reported annually on "Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts" (FBAR) and is a Foreign retirement plan that is a Qualified Intermediary (not subject to withholding tax) by the Secretary of the U.S. Treasury and is not treated as a reporting Foreign Financial Institutions. With a RAPS plan the U.S. member reports his account annually on IRS Form 8938 as having Zero Value. Zero Value is reported because it is non-vested. The (PFIC) U.S. Passive Foreign Investment Company rule is irrelevant. Foreign registered Retirement funds are not constrained by S.E.C. Securities law nor do they require an S.E.C. registered broker, dealer or advisor. Investments of a foreign regulated retirement plan are not subject to S.E.C regulations or to U.S. Person investment constraints or restrictions. We recommend that the best way to learn about offshore investing with a RAPS 402(b), is to schedule a free consultation and invite your tax adviser to join in on the call. Contact: http://www.investoffshore.com
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The second largest private sector lender in India, the housing development Finance Corporation or HDFC has acquired an additional 10 per cent stake in HDFC asset management company AMC. HDFC AMC is the investment manager to HDFC mutual. It is also the third largest private sector mutual fund with equity assets constituting around 44 per cent of the total funds under management and also provides portfolio management and advisory services to domestic and offshore clients with funds under management.
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FIBA invites financial advisors, relationship managers and other client-facing professionals to join us for our first Wealth Management Webinar: This panel discussion brings together four well-known experts from the mutual fund industry to explore current trends, including: What asset classes are likely to outperform in the next 12 months Where are the funds flows coming from / going to How is the regulatory environment changing for offshore mutual funds New trends emerging in the offshore space For more information please visit http://fibawealthmanagement.com http://www.fiba.net
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BOOK REVIEW TOLLEY'S TAXATION OF COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT Third Edition By Stephen Newcombe, Consultant editor, with expert contributors ISBN: 978 0 7545 4776 1 www.lexisnexis.co.uk THE IDEAL 'FIRST STOP' WORK OF REFERENCE ON THE TAXATION OF COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT, FROM HEDGE FUNDS TO OFFSHORE INVESTMENTS An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers As minimizing exposure to tax is a crucial aspect of investment, those involved in investment management, whether solicitors, accountants or investment advisers will really bless this book, published in a new third edition by LexisNexis. Over the course of its fourteen chapters, the book presents the well substantiated comment and insights of a wide range of specialists in this field -- twenty-one in all, plus the consultant editor, Stephen Newcombe, Head of Tax for HSBC Global Banking and Markets and HSBC Global Asset Management. Writing in the preface, he states his specific objective in compiling this wide ranging and authoritative work; namely to produce 'an everyday guide for those whose work involves dealing with the any tax aspects of collective investment'. 'I have again sought,' he says, 'to have Tolley produce a book that I would find useful in my everyday work,' In achieving this aim, Newcombe and his team of expert contributors have managed to cut through the quite astounding complexities of the UK tax regime, which, as he explains 'remains a problem for the UK fund industry', even though there have been certain attempts to simplify it. 'The challenge remains,' he adds 'to provide greater simplicity and thereby reduce the number of pages in this book.' Until that happy day arrives, however, all UK tax advisers will continue to find 'this book' an invaluable and certainly time saving purchase. The book contains much new material, which examines the various changes to collective investment following the implementation of the 2012 Finance Act which has affected all on and offshore funds and a number of other vehicles, including pension funds and life assurance. The chapter concerning the taxation of offshore funds has been completely rewritten following the gradual emergence of an income reporting regime for offshore funds from December 2009. Other chapters examine hedge funds, stamp duty, investment trust companies, UK Real Estate Investment Trust, Pensions and life policies -- to name only a few examples. For those needing to do further research, the book contains extensive tables of cases, statutes and statutory instruments, as well as a lengthy table of abbreviations and detailed index of almost fifty pages at the back -- very handy navigation tool, that -- when you want to look something up in a hurry. Everyone involved in matters pertaining to collective investment, from practitioners to private individuals will certainly benefit from acquiring this concise, yet precisely detailed and very accessible handbook. The publication date is cited as at 23 November 2012.
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DMS Annual Offshore Investment Funds Summit attracted over 100 hedge fund managers, investors, lawyers and finance professionals, who discussed the current state of the Brazilian fund market, the challenges that face investors and the most efficient practices when fund raising onshore and offshore.
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Brazil has been attracting the attention of the world investment community; the time has come to take up the challenges and opportunities presented. DMS Offshore Investment Services Brazil is hosting the 3rd annual Investment Funds Summit in São Paulo to provide an insight into the opportunities available for Brazilian and Latin American fund managers to set up offshore structures that attract international investors.
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A look back at the 5th Annual Offshore Investment Funds Summit in Brazil - 2015. DMS Offshore Investment Services would like to thank all attendees and panelists for their participation and contributions to the 5th Annual Offshore Investment Funds summit. You made the event a true success!
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Increasing post-tax returns to investors has always been a key focus for Fund Managers. With the volatility seen in the emerging markets recently, Fund Managers will now be looking even more closely at how they can enhance post-tax returns to their UK investors. The UK’s Reporting Fund Regime can add real value to the fund as an investment opportunity and failure to take it up could represent a competitive disadvantage. Overview Sutha Kanagarajah, Senior Tax Manager, covered specific topics on the Offshore Fund Tax Regulations. Topics covered: - What is the purpose of the Offshore Fund Rules? - The definition of an Offshore Fund - Introduction to the Reporting Fund Regime - Annual Reporting Fund obligations
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Should you invest in international funds?Buying foreign equity, ETF, or invest with the route of International Mutual funds can be a great way to diversify your portfolio. International Mutual funds are preferred by those investors who want to invest in securities beyond domestic equity market and across geographical barriers International funds typically invest in full or in part through a mechanism known as “feeder” wherein funds are pooled from domestic investor and invest in to an offshore fund of the same global asset management company For Ex- Franklin Templeton mutual fund ( Franklin India feeder franklin US opportunity fund) invest in Franklin US opportunity fund that primarily invests in securities in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. -How can you invest in the global multinational companies like Facebook,Google,Amazon,Microsoft,Apple. -International funds can diversify your Portfolio Across the globe ► Should-you-invest-in-international-funds https://ispeaksforum.com/should-you-invest-in-international-funds/ ► LIKE THE VIDEO ► SUBSCRIBE THE CHANNEL ► SHARE THE VIDEO ► ISPEAKSFORUM BLOG ✦ https://ispeaksforum.com/ ► FACEBOOK PAGE ✦ https://www.facebook.com/speak2india/ ► TWITTER ✦ https://twitter.com/ispeaksforum ► ASK QUESTIONS ON QUORA ✦https://ispeaksforum.quora.com/ ► ABOUT ME ✦ https://about.me/sharmaparitosh ▓▓▓▒▒▒░░░ SUBSCRIBE ░░░▒▒▒▓▓▓ ✦ http://bit.ly/2h68VPp || ▓▓▓▒▒▒░░░ DISCLAIMER ░░░▒▒▒▓▓▓ All blog posts of ispeaks are for information only. No blog posts should be considered as an investment advice or as a recommendation. The user must self-analyze all securities before investing in one.
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Since the advent of the credit crisis, offshore funds have taken ever greater advantage of the benefits of US litigation. These include the relaxed pleading standards in comparison to Commonwealth jurisdictions, the benefits of the liberal discovery system in the US, reduced legal fees as reflected both in the lower nominal rates when compared to QCs, as well as the lower preparation costs compared to UK style litigation, and the enhanced leverage for settlements stemming from the "American Rule" that each party bears their own costs regardless of outcome. Specifically, onshore litigation has become the favored tool of many offshore liquidators seeking to bring claims against former fund managers, litigate fraud and negligence claims against third-party professionals, seek clawbacks from LP investors, or simply use the US as a favorable litigation forum for international claims when funds have passed through the US financial system. In this session, the following topics will be covered: Jurisdiction and choice of law issues for offshore funds litigating in the US; Claims available to offshore funds for use against third-parties; Avoidance of the In Pari Delicto doctrine; When to seek Chapter 15 status; The costs and benefits of bankruptcy protection; Section 1782 Petitions for discovery; and Enforcement and execution of judgments in the US. SPEAKERS Jonathan Sablone Partner, Nixon Peabody (New York) Colette Wilkins Partner, Walkers (Cayman Islands) RECORDED LIVE ON 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM, May 05, 2014
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Currency War is Heating Back Up - Just before 1pm Chicago time the Yen broke par against the Dollar for the first time since the week of April 6, 2009 (low 98.67). Then the Euro fell out of bed. Then the Swiss got clubbed like a baby seal. The Aussie. The Pound. The Canadian. Everything but the Dollar got crushed. RIGHT AT 1pm Chicago time. The Aussie (v. Dollar) went right to March lows. Aggressive types could sell SHORT DATED PUTS (week 2 or 3) into this whack job....but be careful. Algos having a field day.....just the type of "momentum" they prey on. http://www.commoditytrader.com/2013/05/currency-war-is-heating-back-up/ The Quantum Managed FX Fund is a specialised multi-manager investment product that brings together the strength and expertise of different investment managers and advisers all under one sub-fund. By selecting different managers with proven styles and strengths, the fund provides you with a broad portfolio of investments, superior diversification, enhanced risk management and access to some of the best specialists in the FX industry. What's more, the Quantum multi-manager strategy offers all the benefits of a managed fund plus attractive potential returns, affordability and the convenience of being able to blend different investment strategies and trading styles in a single vehicle. For a detailed brochure please contact http://www.investoffshore.com
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In simple terms, a UCITS is a mutual fund based in the European Union. UCITS stands for "Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities" and UCITS funds can be sold to any investor within the European Union under a harmonised regulatory regime. They have a strong brand identity across Europe, Asia and South America and are distributed for sale in over fifty countries as they have transparent, tried and tested regulation. Since 1985 Luxembourg have become the leader in UCITs. At the London G20 summit on 2 April 2009, G20 countries agreed to define a blacklist for tax havens. Luxembourg Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker criticised that list, stating that it has "no credibility", for failing to include various states of the U.S.A. which provide incorporation infrastructure which are indistinguishable from the aspects of pure tax havens to which the G20 object. As of 2012, 89 countries including LUXEMBOURG have implemented reforms sufficient to be listed on the OECD's white list. Learn more at http://www.investoffshore.com
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Trade Shares and Investment Funds offshore with Internaxx, and cut out the expense of the middleman.
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In this month’s webinar, attorneys from Dechert’s Financial Services and Investment Management Group discussed U.S. Federal income tax considerations for private funds. They also examined key features of these funds including both fund-level and investor-level considerations. Additionally, our attorneys highlighted the types of structures most commonly used to form private funds, focusing on, among other things, how the manager’s revenue stream is structured.
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Budget 2015 has made an amendment that the Offshore funds shal not have a PE in India merely because of the existence of the fund managers in india.
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With more than 9,000 domiciled there, the Cayman Islands is the world's most popular jurisdiction for hedge funds. This session will take a look at the state of the industry and the pros and cons of Cayman for sponsors and investors, including the following topics: - Professional Directors - Conflicts of Interest - Transparency - Regulation - Cost PRESENTERS: Don Seymour, Founder, DMS Offshore Investment Services (Cayman Islands) John Prout, Executive Director, Foundation for Fund Governance (Washington, DC) Matt Mulry, Partner, Dillon Eustace (Cayman Islands)
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Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1NbomQa As leaked financial documents reveal that £10 million of the Queen's private money was invested in offshore accounts, Sir Vince Cable MP and John McDonnell MP join Good Morning Britain to give their opinion on the controversial findings. Broadcast on 06/11/2017 Like, follow and subscribe to Good Morning Britain! The Good Morning Britain YouTube channel delivers you the news that you’re waking up to in the morning. From exclusive interviews with some of the biggest names in politics and showbiz to heartwarming human interest stories and unmissable watch again moments. Join Susanna Reid, Piers Morgan, Ben Shephard, Kate Garraway, Charlotte Hawkins and Sean Fletcher every weekday on ITV from 6am. Website: http://bit.ly/1GsZuha YouTube: http://bit.ly/1Ecy0g1 Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1HEDRMb Twitter: http://bit.ly/1xdLqU3 http://www.itv.com
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Queen Elizabeth’s private estate has millions of pounds invested in a Cayman Islands fund that has never been disclosed. Buckingham Palace says the Queen knew nothing about the fund until the Paradise Papers leak. »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1 Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenational The National Updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBCTheNational »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing six days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leading journalists.
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Attorney Adam Tracy responds to inquiries regarding the efficacy of starting a cryptocurrency related company in the Cayman Islands --- Bitcoin website: http://www.bitcoin-lawyer.org Primary website: http://www.tracyfirm.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/TracyFirm Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVOa8Iy_RIkmRPwuQliPKfw Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamtracy/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thetracyfirm/ Instagram: @adamtracyattorney Telegram: @adam_tracy Skype: @adamtracyesq Email me: [email protected]
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GinsGlobal Index Funds is the first dedicated unit trust firm offering a comprehensive range of offshore index funds to the Southern African market.
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The story of the world's first offshore wind fund. The Fund, raised by Green Investment Bank, is the first in the world to be dedicated solely to investments in offshore wind power generation and provides long-term institutional investors with the opportunity to access the UK’s green infrastructure sector. Find out more: http://www.greeninvestmentbank.com/news-and-insights/2017/world-s-first-offshore-wind-fund-manager-powers-through-1bn-target/ For more great videos please subscribe: http://bit.ly/GREENTVSUB Website: http://www.green.tv Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greentv Twitter: @green_tv Business enquiries: [email protected]
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About £10m of the Queen's private money was invested offshore, leaked documents show. The Duchy of Lancaster, which provides the Queen with an income, held funds in the Cayman Islands and Bermuda. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog World In Pictures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBX37n4R0UGJN-TLiQOm7ZTP Big Hitters https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBUME-LUrFkDwFmiEc3jwMXP Just Good News https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBUsYo_P26cjihXLN-k3w246
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David Cameron faced MPs for the first time since the Panama Papers leak revealed he held a stake in his father's offshore fund. He defended his tax affairs in front of a packed out parliament saying that overseas investments were 'an entirely standard practice' and was not a form of tax avoidance. Cameron sought to defuse the controversy over his own financial affairs by announcing tough new measures to counter tax avoidance with criminal penalties for companies whose staff enable tax evasion. … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2016/04/11/david-cameron-defends-entirely-standard-practice-of-offshore-investments What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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