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04 April 2019

More than 275 financial companies with a total capital of USD 1.2 trillion and thousands of employees are ready to move from the UK to Europe under the circumstances of imminent Brexit, according to a dedicated financial study.

02 April 2019

The EU members decided to add 10 more states and territories to the new draft blacklist of offshores. The reason behind is the unwillingness of these countries to “take the necessary measures to combat tax crimes”. The renewed listing suggests that some states and territories may be removed from the offshore blacklist if they commit to reforms that would change the rules currently facilitating tax evasion. These territories then become part of the EU's grey list.

22 March 2019

The Federal Tax Service (FTS) of Russia found assets and accounts belonging to Russians in 58 countries around the globe, including the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Mauritius and other known offshore addresses.

19 March 2019

The main beneficiary of the introduction of a single European currency in the period of 1999–2017 is Germany, reveal the analysts of the Freiburg-based Centre for European Studies. The additional revenues for Germany amounted to EUR 1.9 trillion (or about EUR 23,000 per resident). Apart from Germany, the only state that got a significant revenue following the introduction of euro is the Netherlands.

14 March 2019

In January 2019, the Supreme Court of Russia introduced the concept of 'cryptocurrency' in the 2015 ruling on cases of money laundering and property acquired by criminal means. This means that the articles of the Criminal Code on the legalisation of criminal revenue should be extended to the virtual currency, the court clarified.

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