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Hard Brexit could cost the UK £10bn in lost taxes

Hard Brexit could cost the UK £10bn in lost taxes
By Zlata Rodionova  UK banks fear they may lose passporting, or the ability to do business with the whole of the EU in the event of a ‘hard Brexit’ A so called “hard Brexit” deal, which would see the UK drifting away from cooperation ...

Singapore urged to step up policing of financial crime Global watchdog cites 1MDB case and...

Singapore urged to step up policing of financial crime Global watchdog cites 1MDB case and calls for greater focus on complex money-laundering
By: Jeevan Vasagar in Singapore Singapore has been urged to do more to combat money-laundering in a report by a global watchdog that highlights the reputational risk posed by the 1MDB scandal in Malaysia. The Financial Action Task Force said ...

Ex-KPMG partner in HMRC probe Eamonn Donaghy launches consultancy firm Eamonn Donaghy ...

Ex-KPMG partner in HMRC probe Eamonn Donaghy launches consultancy firm Eamonn Donaghy initiates case against tax authorities
By John Mulgrew A former partner at KPMG in Belfast who is being investigated by HMRC and helped lead the way for devolving corporation tax here has launched his own business consultancy firm, it can be revealed. And it comes as Eamonn Donaghy joins three...

Message from capital markets on Deutsche Bank’s woes

Message from capital markets on Deutsche Bank’s woes
By: Thomas Hale    Deutsche Bank’s shares have touched their lowest level in more than two decades with the German lender at the centre of an intense market sell-off, reflecting concern over a looming fine from the US government....

Panama Papers: European parliament opens inquiry

Panama Papers: European parliament opens inquiry
By Juliette Garside In first evidence session, 65-member panel hears from journalists involved in breaking the story of the Mossack Fonseca data leak The role of UK tax havens in facilitating financial crime came under scrutiny as the European parliament ...

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