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Latest news
Currency exchange rates: USD/1 unit
2018.07.17
HUF 0.0036
GBP 1.3158
CHF 0.9948
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HKD 0.1274
JPY 0.0089
CNY 0.1492
CAD 0.7581
AUD 0.7386
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Piraeus Bank
01/07/2016
LAVECO Ltd. has a new banking partner in Cyprus, after they accepted our application, and LAVECO Ltd. was given Introducer status by the bank.
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Cyprus: Zero personal income tax???
02/12/2015
The tax changes introduced from July 16th, 2015 have revolutionised Cypriot tax laws. This is beneficial primarily to those coming under the “resident, but not domiciled” status and who draw income from capital accumulated earlier or still to be accumulated. The majority of foreigners who move to the island and become resident – and tax resident – fall into this category.
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Afrasia Bank
25/09/2015
LAVECO Ltd. has added a new banking partner in Mauritius. From now on, the services of Afrasia Bank will also be available to our clients.
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Where does the signing of information exchange agreements currently stand?
25/09/2015
We introduced this topic in the previous issue of the LAVECO Newsletter, reporting on where the signing of information exchange agreements currently stands. The last quarter has seen further agreements signed between the 90 or so countries which have signed up, or agreed to sign up to the system. You can follow the exact list of countries on the dedicated blog dealing specifically with this topic on the laveco.com website.
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Will there be any point in offshore foundations after 2017?
25/09/2015
The automatic exchange of information regulations also apply to private foundations for the protection of assets. Although such foundations do not have owners, the details of the beneficiaries are set down in the foundation deeds. When opening bank accounts, the banks either request these documents, or record the personal details of the beneficiaries on a separate declaration. In this way, the banks are obliged to report on foundations as if they were normal companies.
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Where should I be tax resident?
23/06/2015
We answer the most important question concerning personal income tax planning.
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Global offshore banking
23/06/2015
5 important tips which everyone maintaining a bank account abroad should bear in mind.
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Andorra
01/04/2015
A little known small country with even lesser known financial opportunities.
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How to bank in the United Arab Emirates
01/04/2015
Today opening and operating offshore bank accounts is not easy anywhere in the world. Numerous banks have shut up shop when it comes to foreign companies, even closing existing accounts. This has been particularly noticeable in the Swiss banking system, but the situation is no better in other countries either. The United Arab Emirates is becoming more and more popular for the opening of bank accounts. However, going into this without doing your homework can lead to some nasty surprises, which can cause serious financial losses for the unprepared client who is just trying his luck. The first, and most important question is whether we should open an account in the Emirates for a private individual or for a company.
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Immigration news – economic citizenship – Malta
01/04/2015
Malta, the small Mediterranean country with the very agreeable climate, offers excellent possibilities for economic citizenship for interested parties from both within and outside the EU. There are two main factors which the Maltese authorities generally take into consideration when judging applications from outside the EU: do the applicant and his family have a place and the means to live in Malta? For the proof of residence, it is necessary to rent a property whose annual rent is at least 9600 EUR per year (8750 EUR in Gozo).
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