Bye bye, Britain! Sir Richard Branson sells Oxfordshire mansion and moves to holiday island tax haven home
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Sir Richard Branson has left Britain and is living on his holiday island of Necker, it emerged today.
The decision to leave the country for the British Virgin Islands is a turnaround for the charismatic 63-year-old entrepreneur, who has draped himself in the Union Flag to promote his business.
Advance Marketing and Professional Services d/b/a Virgin Islands News Online refers to the number of comments posted between July 2012 and April 2013 in the comments section of its website http://www.virginislandsnewsonline.com concerning Minister of Education and Culture, the Honourable Myron Walwyn.
(HISPANIC BUSINESS)- One of the largest hedge fund services firms in the Cayman Islands is attempting to block reforms that would make the world's principal offshore location for hedge funds more transparent.
BY MICHAEL COHN
(ACCOUNTING TODAY)- The research and advocacy organization Global Financial Integrity is urging Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., to allow the Senate to vote on agreements negotiated by the Treasury Department with Switzerland, Luxembourg, Hungary and other countries to implement the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, or FATCA, in an effort to ferret out tax evaders.
British Virgin Islands firm kept doing business with shady characters even as regulators prodded it to obey anti-money-laundering laws
Paraquita Bay, Tortola, VI - Well known throughout the Virgin Islands for our accurate and factual reporting and always having the inside scoops that no other sites have, Virgin Islands News Online first reported in June of this year that Wade W. Tobin was tipped to take up the position of Acting Principal of the Elmore Stoutt High School (ESHS) come fall 2012.