By continuing your visit to this site, you accept the use of cookies. These ensure the smooth running of our services. Learn more.


Why this blog ?

This blog is intended to share informatiuon that I am gathering to prepare a course I gonna provide to Students in the framework of a Master in Criminal Sciences (specialisation fraud and anti money laundering) to tell them about tax haven.

Most states that are said to be tax haven do no accept this qualification.

Actually, there are two cumulative conditions to determine whether a country is a tax haven or not :
- on the one hand there must be advantageous tax and banking conditions : nevertheless, this condition is necessary but not sufficient,
- on the other hand and especially a permissive climate that normalise bad management and bad governance increasing the risk of illegal activities in the country may be traced and provide the country with "bad money" for its growth despites controls that may be in place but that cannot detect every case.

The purpose of the following blog is as well to provide investors and banks head offices with facts that occur in European financial centers to assess ethical values that are stated by the states' authorities either govermental or professional. This blog may as well provide international assessors (IMF, GRECO, OECD...) with information.

The blog wioll focus on the following financial centers :
- Luxembourg,
- Switzerland,
- Great Britain, Gibraltar and the territories of the Crown,
- Liechtenstein,
- Monaco,
- Malta,
- Cyprius

Facts will be based exclusively on public and official sources i.e. legal, judicial, administrative... either national or international.

Therefore both investors and banks head offices will be able to make up their mind to determine the Financial Center that is best for low risks and especially reputation.

15:50 Posted in General | Permalink | Comments (0)

The comments are closed.