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Why should you buy Spitz & Clarke: Offshore Service
This service is a combination of two well-respected titles on offshore issues: Butterworths Offshore Cases and Materials and Spitz: Tax Havens Encyclopaedia.
This looseleaf service provides detailed commentary on each of the major offshore jurisdictions and brings together relevant legislation, and texts and summaries of relevant cases. Practitioners from leading law firms within each jurisdiction have contributed to the work.
It also covers all material necessary to enable the tax practitioner to assess the relative advantages and disadvantages of various offshore jurisdictions.
Organised alphabetically for ease of reference, the Offshore Service is updated five times per annum (invoiced separately), ensuring the most current information is always to hand.
Table of contents
The Service is split into three parts spread over five binders.
Part A -
Contains general and introductory chapters of the Service as follows:
Introduction; OECD Initiatives on Transparency and Exchange of Tax Information; Anti-Money Laundering Initiatives;
International Anti-Money Laundering Initiatives; Anti-Money Laundering Initiatives in the United Kingdom and Other Selected Jurisdictions; General Anti-Avoidance Rules; United Kingdom Anti-Avoidance Rules; United States Anti-Avoidance Rules.
Part B -
Consists of chapters on the individual jurisdictions, some of which also have relevant company, trust and partnership law reproduced alongside the commentary. Other laws, such as those regulating the conduct of financial services may also be included where applicable. The jurisdictions currently included are:
Bahamas*, Barbados, Bermuda*, British Virgin Islands*, Cayman Islands*, Cook Islands*, Costa Rica, Curacao* Cyprus*, Gibraltar*, Guernsey*, Hong Kong, Ireland, Isle of Man*, Jersey*, Labuan*, Liechtenstein*, Luxembourg, Mauritius*, Monaco*, Netherlands, New Zealand, Panama, Singapore*, St Maarten, Switzerland, Turks and Caicos Islands*, UAE (*denotes those jurisdictions where legislation is also reproduced). Part C - Is made up of relevant case reports from many of the jurisdictions mentioned above. Case reports are held initially in the looseleaf but when sufficient are to hand they are extracted and published in a bound volume.