This thesis sets out to analyse the regulatory bodies' initiatives on offshore financial centres (OFCs) in the context of the hypothesis that Singapore is emerging as the new jurisdiction of choice for global wealth management. The focus is on four major areas; harmful tax practices, money laundering, confidentiality and exchange of information.
Year Manuscript Completed
Business Administration, Banking (0770)
Investments, foreign, Singapore, Tax havens, Banks and banking
Primary Language of Manuscript