Bermuda Offshore Trusts

Bermuda Offshore Trusts

Our interview with FOZEIA RANA-FAHY, Director at MJM Limited, explores the advantages and opportunities for exponential wealth generation and succession planning in Bermuda, as Executive Global sit down with one of the country’s foremost award-winning law firms servicing High Net Worth clients.

Protecting Assets During a Global Crisis

Protecting Assets During a Global Crisis

Facing a global economic crisis is a challenge, but above all it is a challenge to protect our investment at any cost. The COVID-19 virus took many people who did not have their assets organised by surprise.

Key Aspects of UK Inheritance Tax

Key Aspects of UK Inheritance Tax

The unpleasant reality of inheritance tax in the UK has been around a while and no longer comes as a surprise to most. Useful snippets of information can help clarify the tax’s implications, as well as identify a few legal routes to minimise what gets paid over upon inheritance, writes Thomas Hughes.

The Tax Authorities

The Tax Authorities

There are no greater two surer guarantees in life than death and taxes. There is also absolutely no acceptable excuse for tax evasion. But what happens in cases where the tax authorities get it wrong? And what happens if their decisions are made based on misunderstanding?

Jersey and Private Wealth

Jersey and Private Wealth

Jersey is a leading international finance centre that continues to be the jurisdiction of choice for private wealth structuring. This article explores why that is the case and what Jersey has to offer to families wishing to safeguard their wealth.

British Trade under WTO Rules

British Trade under WTO Rules

The EU’s rejection last week of the our proposed solution to the Irish border issue only confirms how delusional the Government’s continued attempts to negotiate a mutually beneficial agreement with the European Union really are. Instead, we should abandon the stalled negotiations and fall back upon our WTO ‘next favoured nation’ status.

Common Eurasian Trademarks

Common Eurasian Trademarks

There is a Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) embracing five countries: Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia. This is not a political but an economic association. These countries are closely linked by economic ties and there are no customs borders between them with regional exhaustion of trademark rights in their territories.

Brexit: The Legislative Benefits

Brexit: The Legislative Benefits

2016 was a momentous year of political change. Not only was Donald Trump elected to the presidency of the United States, but the British people voted in the largest democratic exercise for Britain to withdraw its membership from the European Union.

Vacation or Corporation?

Vacation or Corporation?

Where should I go? How much will it cost? What do I need? How long will it take? Is someone contemplating vacationing on a tropical island retreat? Not quite! These are some of the questions that run through an individual’s mind when considering a jurisdiction and corporate service provider (“CSP”) to incorporate their corporate vehicle.

Elite Law Firm Recruitment

Elite Law Firm Recruitment

Executive search is a recruitment service that can be most crucial for both the company that employs it and the individuals that it enlists.

An interview with Micol Mion Esq.

An interview with Micol Mion Esq.

In our dedicated interview with Micol Mion, CEO of Immigration Solutions, Executive Global take an exclusive look into the world of Citizenship by Investment, HNW Immigration, Naturalization, and the benefits offered to executives through the United States EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program.

Guernsey's Private Wealth Sector

Guernsey's Private Wealth Sector

2018 is a year of notable legislative anniversaries for Guernsey’s private wealth industry.

InterAlia Patentes

InterAlia Patentes

Seeking Intellectual Property protection can be a daunting experience for a business: incomprehensible jargon, variety of options, uncertain outcomes and unforeseeable charges.

Corruption: Why Care?

Corruption: Why Care?

As a specialist in the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), I am frequently asked why companies should care about bribing foreign officials to get business.

Concession Agreements in Serbia

Concession Agreements in Serbia

The accelerated growth of Public Private Partnerships (“PPP") began in the UK in the 1990s. Soon after its inception, PPPs as a model became widely implemented all over Western Europe. At that time pure public organisation proved to be inefficient, inflexible and constrained in terms of budget. On the other hand, complete privatisation clearly was not an eligible remedy for all existing requirements.

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