- Mass signing of automatic exchange agreement
- Wife fails to get tiger charity included in divorce settlement
- Michael Jackson tax bill up by USD29 million
Mass signing of automatic exchange agreement
The new OECD/G20 standard on automatic exchange of tax information was endorsed by more than 50 jurisdictions at this week's annual meeting of the Global Forum on Tax Transparency.Read more
The signatory jurisdictions include most of the major international financial centres.
Wife fails to get tiger charity included in divorce settlement
A charitable trust set up by a husband and wife to protect rare Chinese tigers was never intended to provide a future income for the couple and should not be considered in the wife's financial remedy application, the England and Wales High Court has ruled.Read more
The couple, Stuart Bray and Li Quan, married in 2001. Even before then they had become dedicated to the cause of tiger conservation.
Michael Jackson tax bill up by USD29 million
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has increased its tax bill in Michael Jackson's estate by USD29 million following an error in its initial valuation of the performer's estate.Read more
The IRS believed that Jackson owned a 50 percent interest in several master recordings when in fact he owned a 100 percent stake...
Trial and clerical error
Amanda Edwards examines the courts’ approach to rectifying clerical errors in wills.Read more >
Chris Keightley-Pugh on the administration of estates and the probate system in Gibraltar.Read more >
Leading the herd
Tim Cartwright provides a snapshot of the year’s regulatory and economic developments in Jersey, aimed at ensuring the island remains a leader in the offshore field.Read more >