The government has launched an advertising campaign targeting taxpayers with money hidden in offshore accounts.
Legal & General (L&G) has set up a small team focused on providing tax solutions to high-net worth (HNW) clients of discretionary fund managers (DFMs) and the advisers who use them.
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Matthew Ames, son of troubled overseas property company Harlequin's chairman David Ames, has been accused of running a £1.6m "Ponzi scheme" under the guise of saving the rainforest, a court has heard.
A group of UK and Irish investors who lost money in a Portuguese property scheme which never built anything, has accused the Irish government of conspiring with the fraudsters, a claim vigorously denied by Irish government agencies.
Kames, Pictet, Impax and Vontobel were among the finalists that shone in this year’s Environment, Ethical, Social & Governance (ESG) Investment Awards.
Non-domiciled holders of whole-of life policies may no longer qualify for an exemption of inheritance tax under new HMRC rules, sparking the need for revised estate planning to avoid unexpected tax bills, Skandia has warned.
Robeco, Pictet, Kames, Jupiter and Impax are among this year’s finalists for the Environmental, Ethical and Social Global Investment Awards 2013.
A stunning set of entries marked Investment Week’s inaugural Fund Services Awards 2013. The awards were held in honour of those service providers that keep the wheels of the fund management industry turning efficiently.
AXA Wealth International head of proposition Simon Willoughby on tax havens that are not tax havens - and stalking Jimmy Carr.
National IFA Positive Solutions has accepted it made a mistake when one of its former advisers recommended a client invest in troubled Harlequin Property - and has offered to pay back the amount invested with interest, IFAonline understands.
With HMRC closing the net on irregularities, it is time for UK taxpayers to resolve outstanding liabilities. DLA Piper’s Simon Airey and Jayne Newton explain the adviser’s role.
A survey of almost 300 Harlequin investors suggests up to 95% were not made aware of the risks of investing in the troubled overseas property company by their agents or advisers.
The pound could be further devalued following Mark Carney's taking office as governor of the Bank of England, with devastating effects for pensioners living abroad, a national IFA group has warned.
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