• WealthPro Ukraine, Kiev 2016 Conference&Expo

    Bosco Conference invites you to participate in IV ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL B2C Conference&Expo http://www.bosco-conference.com/ru/events/upcoming/wealthpro-ukraina-kiev-2017 WealthPro Ukraine, Kiev – 02-03rd of March, Fairmont Grand Hotel 5*. Conference Program: 1. Estonia: companies and banks. Spain: companies, banks and residence permit. Svetlana Hohlova, Chairman of the Board, Bell Moore S, Estonia 2. EU citizenship & Residency by Investment in Cyprus real estate. Andreas Santis, Country manager Russia, Ukraine & Kazakhstan, Leptos Estates, Russian 3. Labuan - modern jurisdiction of asset management. Dr Irina Francken, Director/Partner , IN Fiduciary Services Group, Singapore 4. Full protection of confidentiality: myth or reality? Risks, practice and decisions. Oleg Kuts. Managing Par...

    published: 19 Jan 2017
  • Veritas Financial Planning Group

    Veritas Planning Group is a comprehensive financial planning firm based in Atlanta, Georgia. Veritas offers an array of services including financial planning, multi-family office, and investment advisory. We pride ourselves on the trusted relationships we build with our clients. We focus on providing individualized attention and customized solutions to each client's ever changing financial situation. You need a partner who can give you solid, objective advice and who also understands the goals and dreams you have for your life and family; the things that are truly important to you. By becoming a fiduciary partner with our clients, we act as their personal family CFO to coordinate and implement strategy for all aspects of their financial life including investments, risk management, retirem...

    published: 18 May 2012
  • Hawksford Group - About Us

    Speakers: Peter Murley, Chief Executive Officer Julian Hayden, Director Overview: This presentation provides an insight into: → Who Hawksford Group are; → Where they are located; → What their core service lines are; → The types of clients they look after; → What 'Thinking beyond tomorrow' means to them; and → Why their people are a key asset of their business. For more news, technical update articles, to subscribe to Hawki (Hawksford Group's quarterly insights newsletter) and to access Hawksford Group's people directory visit www.hawksford.com Please note: This video is for educational purposes only and does not constitute professional advice.

    published: 06 Feb 2013
  • European Union withholding tax

    The so-called European Union withholding tax is a withholding tax which is deducted from interest earned by European Union residents on their investments made in another member state, by the state in which the investment is held. (The European Union has no taxation powers, so the name is strictly a misnomer). The aim of the tax is to ensure that citizens of one member state do not evade taxation by depositing funds outside the jurisdiction of residence and so distort the single market. The tax is withheld at source and passed on to the EU Country of residence. All but three member states disclose the recipient of the interest concerned. (Most EU states already apply a withholding tax to savings and investment income earned by their nationals on deposits and investments in their own states....

    published: 02 Dec 2014
  • Offshore financial centre

    An offshore financial centre, though not precisely defined, is usually a small, low-tax jurisdiction specializing in providing corporate and commercial services to non-resident offshore companies, and for the investment of offshore funds. The term was coined in the 1980s. Academics Rose & Spiegel, Société Générale, and the International Monetary Fund consider offshore centres to include all economies with financial sectors disproportionate to their resident population: An OFC is a country or jurisdiction that provides financial services to nonresidents on a scale that is incommensurate with the size and the financing of its domestic economy. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video

    published: 18 Nov 2015
  • Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business Volume 32 | Ebook

    Get your free audio book: http://ftas.us/f/b00gju4fi8 This edition of the Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business provides a general examination of issues vital to the worlds economic recovery. In the field of company law, practitioners examine changes in Russias corporate law and the new Ukrainian law governing joint-stock companies. In the area of competition law, lawyers review Serbia and Bulgarias new laws on the protection of competition and the private enforcement of Articles 101 and 102 in Europes national courts. Dispute resolution occupies two chapters, one dealing with best practices for drafting arbitration clauses and the other set aside, recognition, and enforcement of private commercial arbitration awards. A further two chapters treat employment and labor matters ...

    published: 11 Feb 2017
WealthPro Ukraine, Kiev 2016 Conference&Expo

WealthPro Ukraine, Kiev 2016 Conference&Expo

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Bosco Conference invites you to participate in IV ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL B2C Conference&Expo http://www.bosco-conference.com/ru/events/upcoming/wealthpro-ukraina-kiev-2017 WealthPro Ukraine, Kiev – 02-03rd of March, Fairmont Grand Hotel 5*. Conference Program: 1. Estonia: companies and banks. Spain: companies, banks and residence permit. Svetlana Hohlova, Chairman of the Board, Bell Moore S, Estonia 2. EU citizenship & Residency by Investment in Cyprus real estate. Andreas Santis, Country manager Russia, Ukraine & Kazakhstan, Leptos Estates, Russian 3. Labuan - modern jurisdiction of asset management. Dr Irina Francken, Director/Partner , IN Fiduciary Services Group, Singapore 4. Full protection of confidentiality: myth or reality? Risks, practice and decisions. Oleg Kuts. Managing Partner, KK & Partners, UK 5. 10 selected opportunities 2017 International legal structures, less tax, no information exchange. Mag. Johannes Schwarz, CEO Zugimpex, SwitzerlandSlovakiaMalta 6. Judicial practice of deoffshorization questions in Ukraine. Olga Dmitrieva, Attorney-at-Law, Managing Partner, Law Company "Dmitrieva & Partners", Ukraine 7. Legal aspects of work of non-resident companies in the modern Ukrainian reality. Tetiana Kuzmych, Lawyer, Senior Partner, K.A.C. Group, Ukraine 8. Using of non-Resident companies by Ukrainian business and foreign Investors In Ukraine. Features, advantages and disadvantages. Oksana Kryzhanivska, Partner Attorney ALEXANDROV&PARTNERS, Ukraine 9. Possible Problems for Ukrainian Businesses in case Ukraine joins Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement on Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information. Elena Drobot, Managing Partner VIZA, Ukraine 10. Switzerland: Foreign Assets Protection and Tax Optimization. Dr. Daniel M. Porcedda, Buseness Development Manager, Goldblum and Partners, Switzerland •LiechtensteinUSACanadaLatviaLithuaniaLuxemburgHungaryNetherlands Who will you meet: more than 250 delegates from Ukraine: CEOs and CFOs, business owners, corporate and private lawyers, auditors, tax consultants, bankers, financial advisors, private investors, HNWI. Why this event?  To establish contact with key people in the region.  To find new customers.  To direct access to potential clients during and after the event.  To distribute permanent reminders of services provided.  To merge education, business and networking.  To track your competitors. PARTICIPATION FEE – 2600 UAH Options: 1 delegate 2nd and further delegates Payment before 1 of February 2017 2080 UAH 1950 UAH REGISTRATION http://mail.bosco-conference.com/core/anketa.nsf/anketa
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Veritas Financial Planning Group

Veritas Financial Planning Group

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  • Updated: 18 May 2012
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Veritas Planning Group is a comprehensive financial planning firm based in Atlanta, Georgia. Veritas offers an array of services including financial planning, multi-family office, and investment advisory. We pride ourselves on the trusted relationships we build with our clients. We focus on providing individualized attention and customized solutions to each client's ever changing financial situation. You need a partner who can give you solid, objective advice and who also understands the goals and dreams you have for your life and family; the things that are truly important to you. By becoming a fiduciary partner with our clients, we act as their personal family CFO to coordinate and implement strategy for all aspects of their financial life including investments, risk management, retirement planning, education planning, taxes and estate planning, and charitable giving. Across these various financial disciplines, we apply our First Year with Veritas program to help you achieve your goals. We encourage you to learn more about us by further exploring our website. To find out how we can make a significant impact on your financial life, please contact us to set up a consultation.
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Hawksford Group - About Us

Hawksford Group - About Us

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  • Updated: 06 Feb 2013
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Speakers: Peter Murley, Chief Executive Officer Julian Hayden, Director Overview: This presentation provides an insight into: → Who Hawksford Group are; → Where they are located; → What their core service lines are; → The types of clients they look after; → What 'Thinking beyond tomorrow' means to them; and → Why their people are a key asset of their business. For more news, technical update articles, to subscribe to Hawki (Hawksford Group's quarterly insights newsletter) and to access Hawksford Group's people directory visit www.hawksford.com Please note: This video is for educational purposes only and does not constitute professional advice.
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European Union withholding tax

European Union withholding tax

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  • Updated: 02 Dec 2014
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The so-called European Union withholding tax is a withholding tax which is deducted from interest earned by European Union residents on their investments made in another member state, by the state in which the investment is held. (The European Union has no taxation powers, so the name is strictly a misnomer). The aim of the tax is to ensure that citizens of one member state do not evade taxation by depositing funds outside the jurisdiction of residence and so distort the single market. The tax is withheld at source and passed on to the EU Country of residence. All but three member states disclose the recipient of the interest concerned. (Most EU states already apply a withholding tax to savings and investment income earned by their nationals on deposits and investments in their own states. The Directive seeks to bring inter-state income into the same arrangement, under the Single Market policy). This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Offshore financial centre

Offshore financial centre

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  • Updated: 18 Nov 2015
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An offshore financial centre, though not precisely defined, is usually a small, low-tax jurisdiction specializing in providing corporate and commercial services to non-resident offshore companies, and for the investment of offshore funds. The term was coined in the 1980s. Academics Rose & Spiegel, Société Générale, and the International Monetary Fund consider offshore centres to include all economies with financial sectors disproportionate to their resident population: An OFC is a country or jurisdiction that provides financial services to nonresidents on a scale that is incommensurate with the size and the financing of its domestic economy. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business Volume 32 | Ebook

Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business Volume 32 | Ebook

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  • Updated: 11 Feb 2017
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Get your free audio book: http://ftas.us/f/b00gju4fi8 This edition of the Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business provides a general examination of issues vital to the worlds economic recovery. In the field of company law, practitioners examine changes in Russias corporate law and the new Ukrainian law governing joint-stock companies. In the area of competition law, lawyers review Serbia and Bulgarias new laws on the protection of competition and the private enforcement of Articles 101 and 102 in Europes national courts. Dispute resolution occupies two chapters, one dealing with best practices for drafting arbitration clauses and the other set aside, recognition, and enforcement of private commercial arbitration awards. A further two chapters treat employment and labor matters relating to distribution and commercial representation, indemnity upon termination, and processing personal data in the employment context of Hungary. In the area of financial services, practitioners from five jurisdictions deal with fiduciary duty, the European Commissions proposed Directive on Alternative Investment Fund Managers, Swiss disclosure rules on significant shareholdings, restructuring and refinancing routes for mortgage-secured debt in Spain, and insurance laws and regulations in Nigeria. Foreign investment is examined by two authors, reporting on 2008 and 2009 developments in investment treaty disputes and foreign investment in Indonesia. Intellectual property issues are reviewed in chapters relating to the use of intellectual property as collateral in secured financing and intellectual property licensing in Canada. Finally, lawyers treaty a variety of other issues, including the tax law of Liechtenstein, European Union-israel trade in the automobile sector, insolvency risk and creditors rights in Peru, the modernizing of trust law in Hong Kong and bridging cultural differences in international Transactions.
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