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The week on eprivateclient 27/07/2015
A look back at the popular stories on eprivateclient last week.

South African bank expands in Guernsey 24/07/2015

Barclays clamps down on some expatriate accounts 22/07/2015
Expatriate individuals in certain countries outside the UK who bank with Barclays are being told to take their business elsewhere, unless they build up their accounts to the 100,000 level.

The week on eprivateclient 20/07/2015
A look at the stories featured on eprivateclient last week

The week on eprivateclient 13/07/2015
A look at the stories dominating the headlines on eprivateclient last week

Four weeks left to nominate for eprivateclient's Top 35 Under 35 - join firms including Rawlinson & Hunter and McDermott, Will & Emery 10/07/2015
Nominations for thewealthnet's sister publication eprivateclient's annual Top 35 Under 35, the definitive annual list of young private client practitioners, remain open

Jersey eyes virtual currency possibilities 09/07/2015
The island's government is considering possibilities for virtual currencies - 'to unify the finance and technology sectors'.

Greece proposes tax amnesty for funds held in Switzerland - report 06/07/2015
Greece has proposed a tax amnesty to try to collect revenue on billions of euros that its nationals are believed to be holding in Swiss bank accounts, the NZZ am Sonntag paper reported in Zurich.

Five weeks left to nominate for eprivateclient's Top 35 Under 35 - join firms including BDO and Farrer 03/07/2015
Nominations for eprivateclient's annual Top 35 Under 35, the definitive annual list of young private client practitioners, remain open.

Another Swiss bank reaches agreement with US authorities 29/06/2015
Ersparniskasse Schaffhausen AG (EKS) has become the latest Swiss bank to reach a settlement agreement with the US Department of Justice.

 
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