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Richard Moir, The Wealth Forums CEO

Richard Moir, The Wealth Forums CEO




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NUMBER 209  THURSDAY,  MAY 12,  2016
Cameron to make push on registers

British prime Minister David Cameron is expected to announce that some of Britain’s overseas territories and crown dependencies will join 33 other countries in agreeing to share automatically their own registers of company ownership, information that will be accessible to the police.  READ MORE:https://thewealthforums.com/2016/05/12/cameron-to-make-push-on-registers/#more-3666

Corruption summit descends into farce

The British Virgin Islands has rebuffed calls by David Cameron for British overseas territories and crown dependencies to publish details of who owns offshore firms.  READ MORE:https://thewealthforums.com/2016/05/12/courruption-summit-descends-into-farce/#more-3682

IRS wins Dallas tax case

Former billionaire Sam Wyly committed tax fraud by shielding more than $1 billion in family wealth in offshore trusts, a federal bankruptcy judge in Dallas ruled Tuesday.  READ MORE:https://thewealthforums.com/2016/05/12/irs-wins-dallas-tax-case/#more-3673

London home price breaks through 600, 000

The average price of a home in London has broken through the £600, 000 barrier, and has almost doubled since 2009, according to figures from a leading property firm.  READ MORE:https://thewealthforums.com/2016/05/12/london-home-price-breaks-through-600000/#more-3678

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