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Posted in Regulatory and legislative updates, UK

UK: Treasury Commons Select Committee Economic Crime Inquiry

On 29 March 2018, the Treasury Commons Select Committee (the “Committee“) announced an inquiry into economic crime in the UK.  The inquiry will have two strands: the  anti-money laundering, counter-terrorist financing and sanctions regimes in relation to which the Committee is seeking evidence on, amongst other matters, the scale of sanctions violations in the UK,

Posted in Regulatory and legislative updates, USA

US: IRS Proposes New PFIC Regulations Impacting Non-US Insurance Companies

The US Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) recently proposed new rules potentially affecting the classification of non-US insurance companies (including reinsurers and certain captives) as PFICs. In particular, these proposed rules raise three key issues for non-US insurance companies that hope to avoid PFIC status (and the application of onerous PFIC tax consequences to shareholders that