13MarNew Disclosure Rules for New Zealand Foreign Trusts
The New Zealand government has recently passed law changes to tighten its foreign trust rules. The new rules will require all New Zealand Foreign Trusts to be formally registered with the New Zealand Inland Revenue Department and to disclose information on all settlements and distributions including copies of trust deeds.
13MarProposed Legislative Changes to Introduce Inward Re-domiciliation Regime in Singapore
As part of the wider Companies (Amendment) Bill 2017, the Ministry of Finance and the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority of Singapore have concluded a consultation period for the proposed introduction of inward re-domiciliation of foreign companies to Singapore.
13MarAccounting Records For Panama Corporations And Foundations
Effective 1 January 2017, the Panamanian Government requires Corporate and Foundation Ordinances in the Republic of Panama to maintain accounting records and supporting documentation to comply with Law Number 52 (“Law 52”) passed on 27 October 2016.
13MarThe Cook Islands Meeting International Regulatory Standards
The Cook Islands is complying with its international obligations in relation to anti money laundering and the countering of terrorist financing, transparency, and the exchange of financial information to combat tax evasion.
This year Asiaciti Trust is pleased to announce that LARA has taken its mission a step further, and set its sights on the Southeast Asian art arena by joining the prestigious art fair, Art Stage Singapore.