Saturday, Sep 18, 2021
International Finance

Tag : laws

Fintech

Enforcing debt when trading with Eurozone customers

International Finance Desk
Implications of Brexit and the importance of a carefully designed risk management strategy Sophie Brackenbury September 19, 2016: Our commercial dispute resolution team was recently instructed to advise on the enforcement of a debt owed to a German business (our client) by a UK company, as part of our debt recovery service.  The outcome was...
Fintech

Changing the rules of the game

A look at the laws governing tax residency in India Pallavi Singhal May 28, 2015: Tax residency is at the core of any taxation system as it determines the sovereign right of a country to tax income. The tax residency determines whether a tax payer is liable to pay tax on global income or source...
Banking

Bank robberies down, attacks on ATMs up

But, the greater threat is posed by developments in technology Peter Taberner March 2, 2015: Research by the European Banking Federation (EBF) has revealed that there continues to be a decline in bank robberies. According to the 22nd edition of their bank robberies report, there were 2,347 heists in 2013. These took place in the...
Economy

Singapore’s factory output dips, drags down Q2 growth

Island nation’s growth forecast for 2014 also revised downward following reversal after first quarter growth, reports Team IFM Singapore, July 18, 2014: Singapore’s growth shrunk in the second quarter after notching an ascent in the first, primarily because of a decline in the manufacturing sector, prompting financial institutions to downgrade their GDP foresight for 2014...