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JTC Group expands offering with full service Cayman office 28/08/2014
JTC Group has been granted a licence to provide a full suite of private client, corporate, fund and real estate services in the Cayman Islands.

P2P lender appoints from HSBC and Bank of Bermuda for UK offshore push 14/07/2014
Sancus has appointed business development managers on Guernsey and Jersey.

Kleinwort Benson hires forensic counsel to probe claimed client leak 10/07/2014
Kleinwort Benson has engaged external forensic counsel to conduct “an urgent investigation” into the source of any leak of confidential client information.

RBC appoints offshore wealth management head from Standard Chartered 07/07/2014
RBC Wealth Management has appointed Ann Marie Vibert as head of private client wealth management (offshore).

Container-loads of Coutts documents seized by German authorities in Hamburg 23/06/2014
In their relentless pursuit of tax evaders, the German authorities have seized two containers containing thousands of documents relating the clients and business of Coutts that were being shipped through the port of Hamburg.

Answering the challenge of the multi jurisdictional client - Lombard Odier 18/06/2014

Barclays said exploring sale of offshore fiduciary services 02/06/2014
Barclays has reportedly hired advisers to sell its offshore fiduciary services division.

UK and offshore financial services provider to refocus on wealth management in restructure 22/05/2014
Following a reorganisation London and Belfast based Heritage Group is to focus on wealth management among a range of growth business areas.

Who's last man standing among the offshore private banking centres? 13/05/2014
Banking secrecy for tax evasion is, in the hopeful view of OECD regulators, becoming virtually extinct around the world now that Switzerland and Singapore, along with many other jurisdictions, have fallen into line with coordinated measures to curb tax dodging.

Bank secrecy for tax evasion 'coming to an end' – OECD 07/05/2014
Switzerland and Singapore, centres which rank among the larger global banking markets, have fallen into line on agreeing to share tax information in what the OECD called a major breakthrough against banking secrecy for tax abuse.

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