Some of Malta's tax rules may be used in structures of aggressive tax planning, a new report by the European Commission has found.
French insurer Axa said revenues crossed the €100bn (£84bn, $105bn) mark for the first time in the company’s history as chief executive Thomas Buberl distanced himself from a bid for Generali’s German life insurance business.
European corporate earnings are on course to post one of their best years since the financial crisis, says Mark Denham, the new manager of the Carmignac Grande Europe Fund.
Gibraltar-based Castle Trust Group has launched the Centurion Retirement Plan featuring recognised overseas pension schemes (Rops) in Gibraltar and Malta that allow free switching between the schemes and jurisdictions to suit clients’ changing needs.
The planned Switzerland-Hong Kong mutual fund recognition scheme has already begun to attract interest from Asian fund managers interested in the lucrative Swiss market.
The brother-in-law of King Felipe VI of Spain has been sentenced to six years in prison and fined more than €500,000 (£426,565, $530,810) after being found guilty of charges including embezzlement, fraud and tax evasion.
A British widow has been refunded for poor advice she received from a UK adviser while living in France.
US-based Northern Trust Corp is to buy UBS Asset Management's fund administration servicing units in Luxembourg and Switzerland.
Assets under management in Luxembourg-domiciled funds grew by 7% to €3.74trn (£3.18trn, $3.97trn) last year, the latest data from the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) shows.
Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy says he believes a deal can be done with Britain to preserve the rights of British expats in Spain after Brexit.
Blackrock's iShares Core S&P 500 Ucits ETF has become the first European ETF to top $20bn (£16.1bn, €18.9bn) in assets, coinciding with new highs in the S&P 500 index as the reflation trade continues.
British nationals living in the European Union can expect to face a backlash following the UK’s treatment of foreigners, a leaked report has warned.
For British expats living in Portugal, or for those with Portuguese assets, the local equivalent of inheritance tax maybe relatively straightforward, says director of Blevins Franks Jason Porter, but succession law is very different. If advisers do not understand the rules, their client’s estate may not be distributed in line with their wishes or could attract more taxation than necessary.
Asset management group Sarasin & Partners has launched the Sarasin Systematic Eurozone Equity fund, which aims to provide investors with capital growth over the long term.
International IFA firm Alexander Beard has unveiled a euro-denominated self-invested personal pension (Sipp) aimed at British expats living in France.
The European Union has written to more than 90 countries warning them that they are being “screened” and may appear in a planned “blacklist” of tax havens.
British insurer Aviva has sold its entire stake in France’s Antarius to a Société Général subsidiary but confirmed that it will continue to manage a chunk of its assets.
European investors have turned positive on emerging market debt again in January after two months of net outflows, reports Blackrock.
Spain has announced new measures to crack down on tax fraud by wealthy individuals, as the country becomes one of the early adopters of the ‘automatic exchange of information’ regime.
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