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The final rules on enforcing Fatca have now been published, but hopes for an international automatic exchange of tax information are likely to be stymied by political disputes. Alexander Campbell reports...
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The UK’s new suite of laws to tackle corruption in business, introduced 12 months ago, were designed to stiffen an area of legisation that had come in for criticism from some quarters for focusing on settlement at the expense of prosecution. Have they...
A year on, still no high-profile prosecutions
Tax evaders and criminals are slipping through the cracks, report warns
Tax crimes to be punished by same laws as AML
Country risk classifications "are not sovereign ratings" says OECD. US regulators last month proposed using them as an alternative to external credit ratings
It is not an easy time to be a European debt issuer. In the last weeks of 2011, Germany saw bids at its November 23 auction fall 35% short of the maximum planned issuance, Standard & Poor’s warned that 15 eurozone countries – including AAA-rated France...
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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