A geographical breakdown of the news and features most relevant to our audiences in each region.
Ex-doctor posted IFA hit on dark web over £300,000 tax bill
A once respected rural GP flagged his former IFA for a contract killing after an investment went sour, a court has heard.
Failed Columna fund targeted by financial investigator
Switzerland-based financial investigator David Mapley has launched a campaign to seek the return of $400,000 (£307,092, €343,963) for a client who invested in the failed Columna Commodities fund.
Under-fire Aussie insurer unveils adviser training programme
On the back of strong criticism over how AMP has treated clients, Australia’s largest advice firm has launched a training and development programme to “meet the growing demand for high-quality financial advisers”.
News 19 Jul 18
UK compensation scheme battles death bond fund
The UK’s Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), which helps consumers when authorised financial services firms fail, is battling to recover money paid out to investors in a fund that went into liquidation but has since resumed making distributions.
Bank of Asia targets high net worths from the Caribbean
The British Virgin Islands is now home to the Bank of Asia, a fully digital, cross-border bank looking to address the growing needs of offshore companies, individuals and high net worth individuals.