Isle of Man offers a New Banking Framework

Within the next couple of months the Isle of Man has announced that they will be introducing a new Alternative Banking Regime (ABR)  to complement Continue Reading »

Is a limited company right for you?

Recent government talks and media coverage may have left you considered that your working situation could possibly benefit you if you set up as a Continue Reading »

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Over the past few days we have been contacting those listed on as a welcome and to thank you all for supporting our vision Continue Reading »

Google UK tax payment agreed.

 Google has agreed to pay 130 million pounds ($185 million) in back taxes to Britain, prompting criticism from opposition lawmakers and campaigners who said the Continue Reading »

UK Wage Growth Dragging Keeping Pressure off BoE to Increase Interest Rates

Wage growth in Britain slowed in the three months to November even though unemployment fell to its lowest since early 2006, underlining why the Bank Continue Reading »

Germany consumers amongst the most avid savers in the world.

 German efficiency, much praised, doesn’t apply to finance. The country’s consumers are amongst the most eager savers in the world, but their returns are miserable Continue Reading »

MetLife plans to split off U.S. retail business

  MetLife Inc, the largest U.S. life insurer, plans to separate a substantial portion of its U.S. retail business from the core company, saying on Continue Reading »

European Central Bank Banking Supervision publishes priorities for 2016

ECB Banking Supervision identified five focus areas for 2016 Priorities build on assessment of key risks banks are facing Supervisory initiatives will be carried out Continue Reading »

Isle of Man issues proposals to create licences for public consultation

The Isle of Man has today issued a discussion paper on three new types of banking/ deposit taking licences The  Financial Services Authority issued for Continue Reading »