Is it the end of financial privacy thanks to Common Reporting Standard (CRS), FATCA and other new laws? Can a Bulgarian foundation help you?
Back in the day, financial privacy was considered a basic human right but, with the rise of cross-border terrorism, tax evasion and money laundering, the major governments of the world are fighting to bring transparency to international financial transactions. This is a noble cause and we all support it. But due to this issue, the law-abiding citizens are at the risk of their privacy being invaded. The never-ending leaks from major banks are a new challenge and do not seem to stop. Continue reading “Asset protection through Bulgarian private foundation”
A growing number of jurisdictions are offering Citizenship by investment (CBI) or Residence by investment (RBI) schemes allowing foreign citizens to obtain local citizenship or permanent or temporary residence rights in order to take advantage of the local flat fees or in exchange for local investments. These individuals may be interested in these opportunities for a number of legitimate reasons such as taking advantage of visa free travelling, increased mobility or better job or educational opportunities, or the choice of living in an economically stable country. But at the same time the information which is released on the market and obtained by the OECD CRS public disclosure facility stresses on the various RBI and CBI misuse schemes which are aimed at circumventing the requirements for reporting under the Common Reporting Standards (CRS). Continue reading “OECD issues consultation documentation regarding the investment schemes involving misuse of residence for circumventing the Common Reporting Standard”