Offshore banking in the age of the open exchange of Information – Tax evasion and offshore banking

The International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) was adopted on 20th January 1914. The conference was attended by representatives of 13 countries introducing new international requirements dealing with safety of navigation for all merchant ships.…

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‘My worst day as a skipper’ – Part 2 – A follow on from a charter yacht skipper in the UK

I was a corporate events skipper, turned up on various vessels for schools, fools and charter companies. I did few deliveries here and there, and to be honest made an average wage from it. There were a group of…

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Myth Busters: Offshore Banking in the age of the Offshore Disclosures Facility.

This month I had the opportunity to sit down with Amanda Taylor from Marine Accounts for a Q&A session on the Offshore Disclosures Facility. Firstly could you explain to me what the Offshore Disclosures Facility is? The Offshore Disclosures…

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ISIS Pirates threaten yachts in the med

Are we safe in the Med? Experts have warned that Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants could be about to bring Somali-style piracy to the Mediterranean, British newspaper The Daily Mail has reported. It is feared that…

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