Delaware gives ‘critical’ backing to ailing US beneficial owners list
The United States’ most nebulous jurisdiction has backed a bid in Congress to create a beneficial ownership register.
International fight against tax fraud steps up a gear
The UK, Canada, the Netherlands, the United States and Australia have launched an international tax and anti-money laundering team.
Five emerging market views on Mexican elections
Mexico is set to lurch to the left when it goes to the polls this weekend with populist Andrés Manuel López Obrador, known by his nickname Amlo, the front runner in the presidential elections. Five managers weigh in on what Mexico’s politics mean for emerging market investors.
EM positions hit by stronger dollar, says UBS Wealth
The strengthening US dollar has resulted in tactical changes to client portfolios, according to Mark Haefele, Zurich-based group managing director and global chief investment officer.
Vanguard and Blackrock exposed to US child detention camps
Blackrock has blamed index tracking products for its large stake in a contractor involved in child detention centres in the US, while Vanguard, along with several active investors, has been silent on its exposure to the political controversy.