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World's Leading Financial and Trust Centres 2nd ed isbn 9781780434032

World's Leading Financial and Trust Centres

Edited by: Angelo Venardos

ISBN13: 9789810860455
New Edition ISBN: 9781780434032
Published: December 2010
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Asia Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Gone are the days when managing wealth effectively meant finding the most secretive and lowest-tax jurisdiction with ironclad asset protection. Rather today, one has to carefully consider the reputation of the jurisdiction.

This timely compilation seeks to answer this question authoritatively by offering a well-informed examination of 46 jurisdictions around the world.

The contributors are practitioners, regulators and other experts who have reviewed the legislation and business opportunities in these jurisdictions. Each chapter features a jurisdiction by giving a general introduction and an overview of the political, socioeconomic environment and the legislation affecting offshore and trust operations.

The book explores a total of 46 jurisdictions around the world including Bermuda, Delaware, Hong Kong, Jersey, Australia, Singapore, Mauritius, Ras Al-Khaimah, Switzerland, United Kingdom and even Botswana, just to name a few. The chapters all have the same format for ease of comparing and contrasting the different jurisdictions.

Banking and Finance
1. Anguilla
2. Antigua and Barbuda
3. Aruba.
4. Australia
5. Austria.
6. Bahamas
7. Barbados.
8. Belize
9. Bermuda
10. Botswana.
11. British Virgin Islands
12. Brunei
13. Cayman Islands
14. Cook Islands.
15. Curacao
16. Republic of Cyprus
17. Delaware USA
18. Gibraltar
19. Guernsey
20. Hong Kong
21. Ireland.
22. Isle of Man
23. Israel
24. Jamaica
25. Jersey
26. Labuan Malaysia.
27. Liechtenstein
28. Luxembourg.
29. Macau
30. Madeira
31. Marshall Islands
32. Mauritius
33. Monaco
34. New Zealand
35. Republic of Panama
36. RasAl Khaimah
37. Saint Kitts and Nevis.
38. Saint Lucia
39. Saint Vincent and The Grenadines
40. San Marino
41. Seychelles
42. Singapore
43. Switzerland.
44. United Kingdom
45. Uruguay
46. Vanuatu.