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Heavy weather

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  Beginning in October, a succession of significant referendums and elections across Europe mean political risk will remain to the fore.   By a quirk of rescheduling, the second of October 2016 has the potential to be a historic day for both Austria and Hungary, 98 years after the formal ... Read More »

Premier FX – The Currency Factor


    One of the most important factors affecting the cost of buying or selling an overseas asset is the exchange rate. This can make a huge difference to the actual price of the asset and is therefore one of the key decisions that a buyer or seller of goods ... Read More »

Freshly squeezed Apple


‘Creative’ tax planning is all the rage these days as multinational corporations run rings around national jurisdictions spiriting profits and liabilities through the shadows, loopholes to stay just about on the right side of the letter of the law, if not the spirit of it. They are all up to ... Read More »

Rocks and hard places

"Rock, Hard Place" Road Sign with dramatic clouds and sky.

  “Brexit means Brexit” were the no nonsense, impossible to misinterpret words of Theresa May Britain’s new Prime minister, who incidentally campaigned for the UK to remain part of the European Union. By coincidence they were also the words spoken, more or less, by Angela Merkel, Francois Hollande, Jean-Claude Juncker, ... Read More »

Crossed wires


  Study reveals that half of UK adults misunderstand new pension rules.     Research by The Wisdom Council* reveals that a significantly high percentage of UK adults misunderstand their options at retirement.   The study, carried out on behalf of St. James’s Place, aimed to understand how attitudes have ... Read More »

Shipwreck goods under Spanish Law


During the years of the Spanish colonial splendor between  the XVI till the beginning of the XVIII centuries there were many Spanish cargo and armada ships attacked and sunk by rival enemy crafts and pirates.  Hundreds of years later new legal battles between different jurisdictions and with big amounts of ... Read More »

Turning point


The referendum result was prologue and a new chapter awaits. It is undoubtedly a significant decision, with ramifications for the UK, the EU and the wider world. The UK prime minister has already given notice that he will step down by October to allow new leadership to negotiate the UK’s ... Read More »