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The end of financial privacy?

USA, OECD, Canada - December 16 2015 Over 90 jurisdictions have committed to the OECD's Common Reporting Standard (CRS), creating comprehensive global automatic information exchange for...

Canada, tax evasion and voluntary disclosures

OECD, Canada - September 30 2015 Canada is tackling international tax evasion and aggressive tax avoidance. It has adopted several measures to do so including a whistleblower program...

Privacy: what's left?

OECD, Global - July 9 2015 A seismic change in the international private wealth arena is under way. Over 90 jurisdictions have committed to automatically exchange comprehensive...

Reshma Roomallah.

Canadian immigration trusts: the end is nigh

Canada - September 23 2014 In an abrupt change of policy, Budget 2014 proposed to eliminate the immigration trust regime. These trusts have been used for nearly 30 years to...

Canadian budget 2014: measures impacting international private clients

Canada - March 11 2014 The Canadian Federal Budget was released on February 11, 2014. This update covers certain proposals which affect private clients. For a full update...