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The number of active companies on the Cayman Islands company register has exceeded 100,000 for the first time, and there are now more than 19,000 active partnerships in the territory. Read Full Story
The South African National Treasury and the South African Revenue Service are inviting further comments on the details of the special voluntary disclosure program that was announced on February 24 in the 2016 Budget. Read Full Story
France intends to put in place "as soon as possible" a central registry of information on the beneficial owners of companies and trusts, which will be open to the public. Read Full Story
The European Parliament Conference of Presidents has unanimously backed a proposal for the creation of an inquiry committee to investigate the so-called Panama Papers. Read Full Story
The UK Government has released details of its plans to abolish the permanency of non-domicile status through the introduction of a "deemed domicile rule." Read Full Story
Nearly 1,500 individuals have disclosed more than AUD180m (USD157.8m) in previously unreported offshore income and over AUD1bn in assets since the Project DO IT amnesty was launched, the Australian Taxation Office has revealed. Read Full Story
The Securities and Futures Commission has announced that Hong Kong's revised Code on Real Estate Investment Trusts was gazetted on August 29, 2014, taking immediate effect. Read Full Story
The number of property raids carried out by HM Revenue and Customs as part of its crackdown on tax evasion jumped by 12 percent in the last year, according to data obtained by Pinsent Masons. Read Full Story
On March 1, 2014, under The Financial Services Authority Act 2013, the Seychelles International Business Authority changed its name to the Financial Services Authority, and became the regulator for offshore non-bank financial services in the Seychelles. Read Full Story
While Financial Secretary John Tsang put competitiveness as the theme of his 2014/15 Budget, a significant portion of his speech looked at the maintenance of Hong Kong's healthy public finances in the face of increased spending on education, social welfare and healthcare. Read Full Story
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