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    1. November 21, 2014

      Bermuda snubs Cameron plan for company register

      Bermuda, the richest of the UK’s overseas territories, has snubbed David Cameron’s call to rip away the “cloak of secrecy”...

    2. FT Photo Diary

      October 17, 2014

      Hurricane from space

      Alexander Gerst/NASA/AFP Hurricane Gonzalo was taken from the International Space Station by European Space Agency astronaut...

    1. October 15, 2014

      Axing of Double Irish tax plan greeted calmly by Wall Street

      A simple tweak to the “Double Irish” tax structure might be enough to prolong its lifespan, advisers said as they pondered...

    2. October 14, 2014

      Even Cara cannot save luxury bag groups

      Might Cara Delevingne be a tad overexposed? The fact that an observer as fusty as Lombard is even aware of the bushy-browed...

    3. September 9, 2014

      America’s Cup commissioner aims to revive ‘tier one’ sport

      Sports administrator Harvey Shiller, newly appointed commercial commissioner for the next America’s Cup, on Tuesday...

    4. FT Alphaville

      August 26, 2014

      Further reading

      Elsewhere on Tuesday, - Surviving the absence of trophy kids. - Austerity, France and memories. - In which the “Gandhi of...

    5. August 18, 2014

      Amlin chief Charles Philipps predicts insurance shake-up

      Amlin, the Lloyd’s of London insurer, has predicted a fresh wave of consolidation in the industry as intensifying...

    6. July 24, 2014

      Google pays £21.6m tax in UK, where revenues are $5.6bn

      Google’s UK operation paid £20.4m of corporation tax on its profits in 2013, according to accounts filed at Companies House...

    7. June 30, 2014

      Reinsurers start to scrap terrorism exclusions

      Intensifying competition between global reinsurers is forcing them to provide cover for terrorism on terms they have sought...

    8. May 6, 2014

      Robert McAlpine plunges into red on Bermuda contract losses

      Robert McAlpine, the builder of the new US embassy in London, has plunged into the red as a result of substantial losses on...

    9. May 5, 2014

      Insurers move towards alternatives

      Insurers intend to make their largest asset allocation increases in infrastructure debt, private equity, commercial mortgage...

    10. April 2, 2014

      OECD denies new rules are biased against low-tax countries

      Small, low-tax countries such as Ireland stand to benefit from the looming crackdown on tax avoidance by multinationals even...

    11. March 21, 2014

      Caterpillar faces US Senate tax inquiry

      Caterpillar, the world’s largest maker of heavy machinery, has become the subject of a US Senate inquiry into allegations...

    12. February 28, 2014

      Short cuts: A new era for Orient-Express

      London Orient-Express Hotels, the luxury travel group that runs trains, river cruises, restaurants and hotels around the...

    13. January 7, 2014

      Catlin Singapore unit to sidestep Lloyd’s

      The Asia arm of Catlin is to start writing policies independent of Lloyd’s of London for the first time, in the latest sign...

    14. December 18, 2013

      ConvergEx pays $150m to settle fraud case

      ConvergEx, a leading transactions services provider, has agreed to pay $150m and its Bermuda subsidiary has pleaded guilty...

    15. November 8, 2013

      Master of rum who shook Bacardi into a cocktail of brands

      As head of Bacardi, Manuel Cutillas launched the rum producer’s transformation into the multi-brand global enterprise it is...

    16. October 24, 2013

      Ireland inches forward on long road to tax reform

      A few months after strongly rejecting claims by US senators that it is a “tax haven”, Dublin moved on Thursday to close a...

    17. October 16, 2013

      DoJ and SEC prepare to charge ConvergEx

      US authorities are preparing to bring civil and criminal charges against ConvergEx, a leading transaction services provider...

    18. October 10, 2013

      ‘Dutch sandwich’ grows as Google shifts €8.8bn to Bermuda

      Google funnelled €8.8bn of royalty payments to Bermuda last year, a quarter more than in 2011, underlining the rapid...

    19. September 30, 2013

      Google UK paid £11.2m in corporate tax

      Google’s UK operation paid £11.2m in corporation tax in 2012, according to its latest accounts, illustrating the internet...

    20. September 11, 2013

      Looking into sweetheart tax deals

      Ireland, the Netherlands and Luxembourg have long been suspected of wooing multinationals through tax deals. But Brussels’...

    21. August 29, 2013

      France steps up assault on tax havens

      France has stepped up its assault on tax havens by blacklisting Bermuda, British Virgin Islands and Jersey, in a sudden move...

    22. August 13, 2013

      Q&A: Essential facts about US tax inversions

      What is a tax inversion? A tax inversion is a legal transaction whereby a company becomes the subsidiary of another company...

    23. August 9, 2013

      Gibraltar serves as reminder of headaches of empire

      To many Europeans, this week’s tensions between the UK and Spain over Gibraltar must have been baffling – an argument over...

    24. July 29, 2013

      Hiscox warns insurance capital influx is not ‘passing fad’

      Mainstream investors such as pension funds lured to insurance by weak returns on offer from other asset classes are unlikely...

    25. July 16, 2013

      Loeb seeks to float Third Point reinsurance arm

      Dan Loeb, the billionaire investor, intends to list the reinsurance arm of his $13.5bn hedge fund Third Point, a reflection...

    26. FT Tech Hub

      June 27, 2013

      Computer scientist James Martin dies

      httpwww.jamesmartin.com/ One of the world’s greatest computer scientists and prolific authors, Dr James Martin, has died....

    27. June 20, 2013

      M&G seeks Gulf Keystone shake-up

      Gulf Keystone Petroleum, the Kurdistan-focused oil explorer led by executive chairman Todd Kozel, faces a challenge to...

    28. June 18, 2013

      Don’t blame the havens – tax dodging is everyone else’s fault

      The first time my research gained wide publicity was in 1979. In collaboration with another young academic, I explained that...

    29. June 16, 2013

      Cameron under pressure to push for G8 tax transparency deal

      David Cameron is under pressure to build on a tax transparency deal with British offshore territories by pushing for aglobal...

    30. June 12, 2013

      Bermuda deals blow to David Cameron’s hopes for tax evasion pact

      David Cameron’s hopes of agreeing an international deal on fighting tax evasion suffered a blow when Bermuda said it would...

    31. May 21, 2013

      Dublin cut tax burden on multinationals after US lobbying

      Dublin amended its tax code following lobbying by US industry, reducing the tax burden on multinationals that funnel royalty...

    32. May 10, 2013

      UK tax authority sets its sights on offshore trusts

      Offshore trusts have become the latest focus of an HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) investigation, as part of its campaign to...

    33. April 29, 2013

      Austerity exposes the global threat from tax havens

      The curtain has been pulled aside on the once secret world of tax havens, and the scale of abuse is nearly beyond reckoning....

    34. April 25, 2013

      Lloyd’s insurer relocating  to Bermuda

      A listed Lloyd’s of London insurer that has been based in the City for more than 20 years is planning to relocate to Bermuda...

    35. March 10, 2013

      Valeant seeks debt remedy in race to grow

      The nerve centre of Michael Pearson’s drug empire is surprisingly small for a business that has increased its value...

    36. March 6, 2013

      Tech groups face endgame on foreign cash

      A $500bn game of chicken. That’s what it feels like as a handful of the biggest US technology companies posture over what...

    37. February 25, 2013

      New Hiscox chairman downplays vote threat

      The executive at Hiscox who will become the specialist insurer’s chairman on Tuesday has downplayed the prospect of...

    38. December 26, 2012

      Marvell hit with $1.2bn patent verdict

      A jury has awarded $1.17bn in damages against Marvell, the US semiconductor maker, for infringing hard drive-related patents...

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