• Offshore Bonds

    published: 06 Jan 2015
  • Offshore and off limits: Australia's refugee centres - The Listening Post (Feature)

    For four years now, Australia has been sending a message out to the world: "If you come to Australia illegally by boat, there is no way you will make Australia home." The refugees who cannot be turned or towed back are taken into custody. Since the so-called processing centres on the islands of Manus and Nauru opened in 2012, nearly 2,000 people have been held there and only 60 have made it out. In those four years, not a single journalist has made it in. Australia's offshore 'processing centres' for asylum seekers are shrouded in secrecy and are completely off limits to the media. Permission to visit the island centres is almost non-existent - some journalists have even reported being chased away at gunpoint after arriving in Papua New Guinea. Journalists rely on news that has trickle...

    published: 12 Jun 2016
  • How Donald Trump's Policies Will Affect Offshore Tax Schemes - OffshoreAlert

    President Trump: How His Policies Will Affect Offshore Tax Avoidance Schemes, Corruption Investigations, Financial Regulations & Other Areas of International Finance This session will look at the likely impact on high-value international financial products and services under U.S. President Donald Trump and a Republican-controlled Congress, including financial regulations and laws, such as FATCA; tax avoidance schemes by major global corporations and high net worth individuals, corruption investigations and prosecutions, and offshore finance in general. THEME: Tax Avoidance, Tax Reporting ARTHUR VANDESANDE Founder, Concorde Associates & Retired Senior Special Agent, IRS Criminal Investigation, Offshore Coordinator (Miami) Jack Blum JACK BLUM Chairman, Tax Justice Network (USA) Jeffrey ...

    published: 05 May 2017
  • Talk to Al Jazeera - Peter Dutton: Behind Australia's tough border policies

    The small pacific island nations of Papua New Guinea and Nauru host what many call Australia's offshore prisons for refugees. Labelled "regional processing centres" by the Australian government, bilateral arrangements enable Australia's government to maintain power and control, but assume less responsibility for the refugees who are forced to live there. These offshore detention centres are home to around 1,500 asylum seekers who were taken into custody after entering Australian waters without visas. Many of them have been stuck there in limbo for more than three years. Both centres are run under secrecy, off-limits to the media and to NGOs like Amnesty International. So what's going on inside? Are these prisons Australia's Guantanamo Bay? Or a necessary deterrent, which helps to sav...

    published: 17 Sep 2016
  • OffShore Vs Onsite Life Work Differences Video, LiA-Telugu-Epi 123

    My Guest post: http://www.h1bwiki.com/offshore-and-onsite-review/ Off Shore: 1.One has to give importance or must follow company policies and process next. 2.Offshore is like home where you have freedom and flexibility of work hours, but long hours and tasks need be completed by EOD (end of the day). 3.50% of the projects might be outsourced from Europe and other nations not just USA so you may be adjusted to work in different time zones. 4.Any guy working in offshore can work onsite easily without much difficulty (in terms of technical aspects but not travel or logistics). 5.We may use same email id(company email id) for multiple purposes (There is no exception to any one while working but we may focus much on company rules). 6.Travel may not be an issue as company vehicle may take car...

    published: 14 Jun 2016
  • Introduction to Cyber Security in Maritime and Offshore

    With the increasing use of systems with embedded software on ships and mobile offshore platforms, cyber security is becoming critical not only for data protection, but also for reliable operations. Information security agencies are reporting that up to 97% of the attacks are actually consisting of tricking users via social engineering techniques. To address this awareness risk, DNV GL’s Maritime Academy developed an e-learning course for your crews and shore staff to raise awareness concerning cyber security, about threats and countermeasures, addressing your cyber security management system by encouraging the crew’s good cyber hygiene. You will learn to understand the importance of your Cyber Security role as a user of IT & OT (Operational Technology) systems and how to protect yourself a...

    published: 06 Sep 2016
  • IRS Offshore Compliance & Enforcement Efforts: 2017 and Beyond

    This session will look at current and future initiatives in the IRS's ongoing efforts to identify and collect taxes from U.S. taxpayers with undeclared offshore accounts and financial arrangements, as well as the efforts undertaken to prosecute and penalize those that assist such taxpayers. THEME: Tax Avoidance, Tax Evasion, Tax Reporting Bryan Stiernagle, Program Manager, Offshore Compliance Initiative, IRS (Minnesota) Carolyn A. Schenck, Senior Counsel, Office of Chief Counsel, IRS (Los Angeles) Dan Reeves, Founder, Offshore Compliance & Enforcement Consulting Group & Retired Senior Advisor, IRS Offshore Compliance Initiative (New Jersey) John McDougal, Retired Special Trial Attorney, IRS (Virginia) Recorded Live on May 02, 2017 at The 15th Annual OffshoreAlert North American Confere...

    published: 05 May 2017
  • The Brutal Conditions In Australia's Offshore Detention Center

    Why Is Australia So Anti-Immigrant? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cL4QGncMrGQ Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml In 2016, leaked documents revealed the awful truth about how Australia detains its migrants. So what happens in these detention centers? Learn More: The Guardian: The Lives of Asylum Seekers in Detention Detailed in a Unique Database http://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/ng-interactive/2016/aug/10/the-nauru-files-the-lives-of-asylum-seekers-in-detention-detailed-in-a-unique-database-interactive BBC: Australia to Close Manus Island Asylum Centre http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-37104363 NPR: Claims Probed of Brutal Conditions for Refugees on Island of Nauru http://www.npr.org/2016/08/11/489584342/claims-probed-of-brutal-conditions-for-refugees-on-island-of-nauru...

    published: 22 Aug 2016
  • Quintin V. Kneen, CEO, GulfMark Offshore

    Qunitin Kneen of Gulfmark Offshore speaking at the Annual Offshore Support Journal conference on the current state of the industry, the banks' changing attitudes , consolidation and the possible impact of Donald Trump's policies on the US offshore oil industry

    published: 08 Feb 2017
  • Offshore refugee processing - is it legal?

    Please watch: "UNSWTV: Entertaining your curiosity" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQ7UO8nxiL0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Do Australia's offshore processing arrangements for asylum seekers comply with international law? Scientia Professor Jane McAdam from UNSW's Andrew & Renata Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law answers this and addresses other key issues concerning the Australian Government's offshore processing of refugees.

    published: 30 Oct 2013
  • Offshore Green Revolution (24 Hours of Reality 2016)

    https://www.24hoursofreality.org After launching the Industrial Revolution in the nineteenth century, the United Kingdom today has made reducing its reliance on coal a central part of its policies, aiming to eliminate coal energy generation by 2025. To do that, it’s made major investments in renewable power sources like wind and created the largest offshore wind energy market in the world.

    published: 06 Dec 2016
  • How onshore investment bonds are taxed

    This video provides an overview of how onshore investment bonds are taxed and the advantages they can offer some of your clients. It also looks at how simple they are for an investor to administer and some of the key tax advantages.

    published: 22 Jan 2016
  • Trump reverses course on oil, expanding offshore drilling

    Former Shell Oil President and Citizens for Affordable Energy CEO John Hofmeister explains what could happen to the price of oil now that President Trump has reversed course from Obama-era policies, announcing the expansion of offshore drilling.

    published: 09 Jan 2018
  • Is it illegal to have an offshore account?

    Nixon Peabody Attorney Danielle McLaughlin on tax evasion probes after a massive Panama data leak.

    published: 04 Apr 2016
  • Offshore Banking and Anti Money Laundering

    Anti-money laundering (AML) is a term mainly used in the financial and legal industries to describe the legal controls that require financial institutions and other regulated entities to prevent, detect and report money laundering activities. Anti-money laundering guidelines came into prominence globally as a result of the formation of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and the promulgation of an international framework of anti-money laundering standards. These standards began to have more relevance in 2000 and 2001 after FATF began a process to publicly identify countries that were deficient in their anti-money laundering laws and international cooperation, a process colloquially known as "name and shame". An effective AML program requires a jurisdiction to have criminalized money la...

    published: 25 Apr 2013
  • RL360° Corporate Video | Offshore Life Assurance Company

    RL360° is an international life assurance company that offers expatriates and local nationals investment, savings, life assurance, and protection products. As an international business based on the Isle of Man, we can offer customers tax efficient offshore savings and wealth management solutions all around the globe. At RL360° our unique product range and vision are harnessed with one goal in mind: building the wealth for our clients. It’s why we exist. To learn more about RL360° visit http://www.rl360.com/row/aboutus/. For more information on our offshore investment and savings solutions visit http://www.rl360.com/row/includes/m1.htm. ---- Subtitles available in English and Spanish. ---- Like RL360° on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RL360.group Follow RL360° on Linkedin: http...

    published: 09 Nov 2016
  • ‘Stop the boats’: Austrian FM suggests EU should employ Australian refugee policy

    The Austrian foreign minister has suggested that the EU should handle refugees the Australian way, by using offshore detention centers to process everyone arriving by boat. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.

    published: 07 Jun 2016
  • The WORST offshore bank in the world

    http://www.nomadcapitalist.com/offshore-banking/ Offshore banking isn't always as simple as opening an account at any foreign bank. In fact, many banks overseas offer terrible customer service and a lack of stability. However, one bank stands out as the absolute worst around the world: HSBC. Blogs will tell you that HSBC Premier is an easy way to move money around the world. Don't believe it. HSBC US is just as incompetent as HSBC Hong Kong. Global View doesn't work as promised. Premier benefits aren't offered in other countries, regardless of what is promised. If you love endless bureaucracy, employees who don't know their own policies, hours waiting on hold, and being made an unpaid employee of your bank, then HSBC is for you. For the rest of us, avoid HSBC. ----- ABOUT NOMAD CAPITA...

    published: 03 Mar 2017
  • Nauru: Australia's Guantamo Bay? - Talk to Al Jazeera (In The Field)

    In 2013, Australia's government announced a tough new policy towards refugees travelling by boat to its shores. The campaign that went with it was called, "No way. You will not make Australia home". Its goal was to discourage asylum seekers from entering the country "illegally" - as the government saw it. Most were coming from countries such as Somalia, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Myanmar. Many refugees - having fled their homes - considered themselves stateless. Their journeys were arduous and complex. Those from Iran, for instance, would travel first to Malaysia, where they could enter without a visa. Then they'd make their way to southernmost Indonesia, and from there they took boats towards Australia's closest islands. The trips typically involved peo...

    published: 10 Sep 2016
  • Apple defends moving offshore profits to an island tax haven | Engadget Today

    Part of the gift of the leaked Paradise Papers. A set of leaked documents from offshore law firm Appleby has revealed that Apple stashed $250 billion in Jersey, a tiny island off the coast of France known for being a tax haven. The tech titan apparently secretly moved its pile of overseas profits to the island after the US and various European governments cracked down on the tax strategy it's been employing since the 1980's. Apple used to rely on an arrangement called the "double Irish," which took advantage of Ireland's business-friendly tax policies. Subscribe to Engadget on YouTube: http://engt.co/subscribe Get More Engadget: • Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/engadget • Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/engadget • Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram....

    published: 07 Nov 2017
  • Close Offshore Asylum Seeker Processing Facilities #SocialChangeOT

    SIGN THE PETITION!! https://www.change.org/p/peter-dutton-policy-change-to-stop-processing-asylum-seekers-offshore?recruiter=599019920&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=share_for_starters_page&utm_term=des-lg-welcome_email-no_msg&fb_ref=Default Link to letters: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cx4yqygJKah3xLN5imVz8JCymL-wMTezc3if6CKGvnM/edit Currently, many asylum seekers coming to Australia reside in offshore detention facilities ( Nauru Island, Manus Island, and Christmas Island) whilst they wait for their refugee claims to be processed. They can wait in the detention facilities to be processed for up to years, deprived of many basic human rights, including the right to engage in work and education, social and personal security, privacy, welfare, physical...

    published: 21 Sep 2016
  • Australia News. Obama administration urged Australia to change offshore detention refugee policy.

    #Australia News. Australia News. Obama administration urged Australia to change offshore detention refugee policy. (Turn on subtitle to understand clearly) Be our friend on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/browneyes.official Follow us On twitter: https://twitter.com/BrownEyesWR Follow us on google plus: https://plus.google.com/112989434580081614909 Also follow our post On pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/browneyesWR Do not re-upload our content. ///Any unauthorized use or re-upload of Brown Eyes content for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited and constitutes copyright infringement liable to legal action./// News: News Reporter Photo credit/Thumbnail: AP Thanks for watching

    published: 13 Aug 2017
  • Offshore Companies Mauritius | Why Not Choose The Best?

    https://www.varaluae.com/offshore-company-formation-dubai/offshore-formation/offshore-company-mauritius/offshore-companies-mauritius Offshore Companies Mauritius: Reasons behind business people looking for an offshore company in Mauritius Malay and Arab traders knew the beautiful island of Mauritius as early as the 10th century but the Portuguese were the first to set foot on the island to explore it in detail. Mauritius remained under British rule for a long time but in 1992 the people of Mauritius decided to break ties from the Crown and Mauritius became a free nation within the Commonwealth. A small island in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is a politically and financially stable democracy that welcomes foreign investors. It is able to meet international requirements in all areas inclu...

    published: 28 Oct 2015
  • Trump eyes expanded US offshore oil drilling with new executive order

    Trump eyes expanded US offshore oil drilling with new executive order

    published: 28 Apr 2017
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Offshore Bonds

Offshore Bonds

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Offshore and off limits: Australia's refugee centres - The Listening Post (Feature)

Offshore and off limits: Australia's refugee centres - The Listening Post (Feature)

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For four years now, Australia has been sending a message out to the world: "If you come to Australia illegally by boat, there is no way you will make Australia home." The refugees who cannot be turned or towed back are taken into custody. Since the so-called processing centres on the islands of Manus and Nauru opened in 2012, nearly 2,000 people have been held there and only 60 have made it out. In those four years, not a single journalist has made it in. Australia's offshore 'processing centres' for asylum seekers are shrouded in secrecy and are completely off limits to the media. Permission to visit the island centres is almost non-existent - some journalists have even reported being chased away at gunpoint after arriving in Papua New Guinea. Journalists rely on news that has trickled out of the camps for information. But penalties for the whistleblowers feeding stories to journalists are stiff, reinforcing the media blackout shrouding the asylum centres and the maccabre stories about treatment of refugees within. The Australian Federal Police have been known to spend hours researching, intimidating and harassing journalists who have worked with whistleblowers in order to reveal their sources. Under the new Australian Border Force Act, the consequences have reached further heights with jail terms being handed out to offending journalists. But journalists are still trying to tell Australia's refugee policy story and people on the inside are still blowing the whistle. Talking us through the story are: Mark Davis, investigative reporter; Paul Farrell, reporter for The Guardian Australia; Paul Murphy, CEO Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance; and Madeline Gleeson, refugee lawyer and author of Offshore: Behind the wire on Manus and Nauru. How is Australia managing the media war over coverage of the asylum centers? More from The Listening Post on: YouTube - http://aje.io/listeningpostYT Facebook - http://facebook.com/AJListeningPost Twitter - http://twitter.com/AJListeningPost Website - http://aljazeera.com/listeningpost
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How Donald Trump's Policies Will Affect Offshore Tax Schemes - OffshoreAlert

How Donald Trump's Policies Will Affect Offshore Tax Schemes - OffshoreAlert

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President Trump: How His Policies Will Affect Offshore Tax Avoidance Schemes, Corruption Investigations, Financial Regulations & Other Areas of International Finance This session will look at the likely impact on high-value international financial products and services under U.S. President Donald Trump and a Republican-controlled Congress, including financial regulations and laws, such as FATCA; tax avoidance schemes by major global corporations and high net worth individuals, corruption investigations and prosecutions, and offshore finance in general. THEME: Tax Avoidance, Tax Reporting ARTHUR VANDESANDE Founder, Concorde Associates & Retired Senior Special Agent, IRS Criminal Investigation, Offshore Coordinator (Miami) Jack Blum JACK BLUM Chairman, Tax Justice Network (USA) Jeffrey Marcus JEFFREY MARCUS Partner, Marcus Neiman & Rashbaum (Miami) Recorded Live at 9:15 AM - 10:30 AM on May 01, 2017 at The 15th Annual OffshoreAlert North American Conference on Financial Intelligence & Investigations, The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach, Miami Beach, FL Learn more at: https://www.offshorealert.com/events/
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Talk to Al Jazeera - Peter Dutton: Behind Australia's tough border policies

Talk to Al Jazeera - Peter Dutton: Behind Australia's tough border policies

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The small pacific island nations of Papua New Guinea and Nauru host what many call Australia's offshore prisons for refugees. Labelled "regional processing centres" by the Australian government, bilateral arrangements enable Australia's government to maintain power and control, but assume less responsibility for the refugees who are forced to live there. These offshore detention centres are home to around 1,500 asylum seekers who were taken into custody after entering Australian waters without visas. Many of them have been stuck there in limbo for more than three years. Both centres are run under secrecy, off-limits to the media and to NGOs like Amnesty International. So what's going on inside? Are these prisons Australia's Guantanamo Bay? Or a necessary deterrent, which helps to save the lives of refugees and allows Australia to run a "generous" orderly programme of permanent refugee resettlement? Australia's Immigration Minister Peter Dutton talks to Al Jazeera. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
https://wn.com/Talk_To_Al_Jazeera_Peter_Dutton_Behind_Australia's_Tough_Border_Policies
OffShore Vs Onsite Life Work Differences Video, LiA-Telugu-Epi 123

OffShore Vs Onsite Life Work Differences Video, LiA-Telugu-Epi 123

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My Guest post: http://www.h1bwiki.com/offshore-and-onsite-review/ Off Shore: 1.One has to give importance or must follow company policies and process next. 2.Offshore is like home where you have freedom and flexibility of work hours, but long hours and tasks need be completed by EOD (end of the day). 3.50% of the projects might be outsourced from Europe and other nations not just USA so you may be adjusted to work in different time zones. 4.Any guy working in offshore can work onsite easily without much difficulty (in terms of technical aspects but not travel or logistics). 5.We may use same email id(company email id) for multiple purposes (There is no exception to any one while working but we may focus much on company rules). 6.Travel may not be an issue as company vehicle may take care of it. 7.We may work Monday through Saturdays and even if needed on Sundays also. 8.Due to the nature of company business, Sometimes we may be expected to work minimum 14 hours a day 9.We may or may not know what is comp off or over time here. 10.You may have lots of leaves and can avail provided less or no work. 11.Sometimes your vacation may be interrupted with work, because of the deadlines. On Site: 1.One has to give importance to client process but not company policies 2.If the Client Company is from offshore (India) and as an H1B consultant you may land up in conflict between offshore company policies and US client policies. Hence one must be well equipped to handle both (off shore company policies and US client policies). Solution is: Try to have a conference call and bring all of them on to it and make sure both parties either agree to disagree or disagree to agree and follow up on emails. Thumb rule of WORK in USA is 8 hours a day and 40 hrs a week 160hrs a month 4.If supervisor ask you to stay late and work with out client permission or hours paid off, as per local labor laws you can immediately complain about it to respective authorities 5.At least once in a week, one can opt for work from home, but people call this as “work for home” :). This is not a BOOK RULE but it depends upon nature of work. 6.If weather is bad and nature of job is not production or non critical then also can opt to work from home. 7.100% of the projects to be at onsites, hence you can work only 8 hours and no one pressurize if work is not completed by COB(closing of business hours). 8.If you have already worked offshore, it should relatively be the same to work onsite. (in terms of technical aspects). 9.We may work Monday to Friday. Saturday and Sunday is a holiday and probably 11 unpaid holidays in every year US calendar. 10.Based upon nature of job and manager’s approval one can accumulate lots of comp offs and avail it. 11.Vacation means Vacation here at on sites and no one will disturb you. 12.Over Time: This is where many H1Bs have issues in USA and very few Indian consulting Incs release over time money to consultants and cannot help it. Over Time means: It need not be approved by end client and it must be paid by Prime vendor irrespective of Client paid to him or not. 13.Travel: As per business rules, Layer 1 to employer is a client. So apart from his office address, where ever you go, it must come under the travel expenses. The second part of the article details on how different the reality is and Mr. Sreenivas shared his own experiences. The second part will be posted later this week. I would sincerely thank Mr. Sreenivas Kumar Pandruvada for the efforts he put in to write this guest post. He is a also writing a book on H1B Journey to the USA.
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Introduction to Cyber Security in Maritime and Offshore

Introduction to Cyber Security in Maritime and Offshore

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With the increasing use of systems with embedded software on ships and mobile offshore platforms, cyber security is becoming critical not only for data protection, but also for reliable operations. Information security agencies are reporting that up to 97% of the attacks are actually consisting of tricking users via social engineering techniques. To address this awareness risk, DNV GL’s Maritime Academy developed an e-learning course for your crews and shore staff to raise awareness concerning cyber security, about threats and countermeasures, addressing your cyber security management system by encouraging the crew’s good cyber hygiene. You will learn to understand the importance of your Cyber Security role as a user of IT & OT (Operational Technology) systems and how to protect yourself and your organisation against cyber security threats.
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IRS Offshore Compliance & Enforcement Efforts: 2017 and Beyond

IRS Offshore Compliance & Enforcement Efforts: 2017 and Beyond

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This session will look at current and future initiatives in the IRS's ongoing efforts to identify and collect taxes from U.S. taxpayers with undeclared offshore accounts and financial arrangements, as well as the efforts undertaken to prosecute and penalize those that assist such taxpayers. THEME: Tax Avoidance, Tax Evasion, Tax Reporting Bryan Stiernagle, Program Manager, Offshore Compliance Initiative, IRS (Minnesota) Carolyn A. Schenck, Senior Counsel, Office of Chief Counsel, IRS (Los Angeles) Dan Reeves, Founder, Offshore Compliance & Enforcement Consulting Group & Retired Senior Advisor, IRS Offshore Compliance Initiative (New Jersey) John McDougal, Retired Special Trial Attorney, IRS (Virginia) Recorded Live on May 02, 2017 at The 15th Annual OffshoreAlert North American Conference on Financial Intelligence & Investigations, The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach, Miami Beach, FL Learn more at: https://www.offshorealert.com/events/
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The Brutal Conditions In Australia's Offshore Detention Center

The Brutal Conditions In Australia's Offshore Detention Center

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Why Is Australia So Anti-Immigrant? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cL4QGncMrGQ Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml In 2016, leaked documents revealed the awful truth about how Australia detains its migrants. So what happens in these detention centers? Learn More: The Guardian: The Lives of Asylum Seekers in Detention Detailed in a Unique Database http://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/ng-interactive/2016/aug/10/the-nauru-files-the-lives-of-asylum-seekers-in-detention-detailed-in-a-unique-database-interactive BBC: Australia to Close Manus Island Asylum Centre http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-37104363 NPR: Claims Probed of Brutal Conditions for Refugees on Island of Nauru http://www.npr.org/2016/08/11/489584342/claims-probed-of-brutal-conditions-for-refugees-on-island-of-nauru Subscribe to Seeker Daily! http://bit.ly/1GSoQoY _________________________ Seeker Daily is committed to answering the smart, inquisitive questions we have about life, society, politics and anything else happening in the news. It's a place where curiosity rules and together we'll get a clearer understanding of this crazy world we live in. Watch more Seeker Daily: http://bit.ly/1GSoQoY Seeker Daily now has a newsletter! Get a weekly round-up of our most popular videos across all the shows we make here at Seeker Daily. For more info and to sign-up, click here. http://bit.ly/1UO1PxI Subscribe now! http://bit.ly/1GSoQoY Seeker Daily on Twitter https://twitter.com/seekerdaily Trace Dominguez on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TraceDominguez Jules Suzdaltsev on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jules_su Seeker Daily on Facebook http://bit.ly/1qcsFTk Seeker Daily on Google+ http://bit.ly/1OmDEQa Special thanks to Laura Ling for hosting Seeker Daily! Check Laura out on Twitter: https://twitter.com/lauraling
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Quintin V. Kneen, CEO, GulfMark Offshore

Quintin V. Kneen, CEO, GulfMark Offshore

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Qunitin Kneen of Gulfmark Offshore speaking at the Annual Offshore Support Journal conference on the current state of the industry, the banks' changing attitudes , consolidation and the possible impact of Donald Trump's policies on the US offshore oil industry
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Offshore refugee processing - is it legal?

Offshore refugee processing - is it legal?

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Please watch: "UNSWTV: Entertaining your curiosity" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQ7UO8nxiL0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Do Australia's offshore processing arrangements for asylum seekers comply with international law? Scientia Professor Jane McAdam from UNSW's Andrew & Renata Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law answers this and addresses other key issues concerning the Australian Government's offshore processing of refugees.
https://wn.com/Offshore_Refugee_Processing_Is_It_Legal
Offshore Green Revolution (24 Hours of Reality 2016)

Offshore Green Revolution (24 Hours of Reality 2016)

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https://www.24hoursofreality.org After launching the Industrial Revolution in the nineteenth century, the United Kingdom today has made reducing its reliance on coal a central part of its policies, aiming to eliminate coal energy generation by 2025. To do that, it’s made major investments in renewable power sources like wind and created the largest offshore wind energy market in the world.
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How onshore investment bonds are taxed

How onshore investment bonds are taxed

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This video provides an overview of how onshore investment bonds are taxed and the advantages they can offer some of your clients. It also looks at how simple they are for an investor to administer and some of the key tax advantages.
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Trump reverses course on oil, expanding offshore drilling

Trump reverses course on oil, expanding offshore drilling

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Former Shell Oil President and Citizens for Affordable Energy CEO John Hofmeister explains what could happen to the price of oil now that President Trump has reversed course from Obama-era policies, announcing the expansion of offshore drilling.
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Is it illegal to have an offshore account?

Is it illegal to have an offshore account?

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Nixon Peabody Attorney Danielle McLaughlin on tax evasion probes after a massive Panama data leak.
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Offshore Banking and Anti Money Laundering

Offshore Banking and Anti Money Laundering

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Anti-money laundering (AML) is a term mainly used in the financial and legal industries to describe the legal controls that require financial institutions and other regulated entities to prevent, detect and report money laundering activities. Anti-money laundering guidelines came into prominence globally as a result of the formation of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and the promulgation of an international framework of anti-money laundering standards. These standards began to have more relevance in 2000 and 2001 after FATF began a process to publicly identify countries that were deficient in their anti-money laundering laws and international cooperation, a process colloquially known as "name and shame". An effective AML program requires a jurisdiction to have criminalized money laundering, given the relevant regulators and police the powers and tools to investigate; be able to share information with other countries as appropriate; and require financial institutions to identify their customers, establish risk-based controls, keep records, and report suspicious activities.
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RL360° Corporate Video | Offshore Life Assurance Company

RL360° Corporate Video | Offshore Life Assurance Company

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RL360° is an international life assurance company that offers expatriates and local nationals investment, savings, life assurance, and protection products. As an international business based on the Isle of Man, we can offer customers tax efficient offshore savings and wealth management solutions all around the globe. At RL360° our unique product range and vision are harnessed with one goal in mind: building the wealth for our clients. It’s why we exist. To learn more about RL360° visit http://www.rl360.com/row/aboutus/. For more information on our offshore investment and savings solutions visit http://www.rl360.com/row/includes/m1.htm. ---- Subtitles available in English and Spanish. ---- Like RL360° on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RL360.group Follow RL360° on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/rl360 Follow RL360° on GooglePlus: http://www.google.com/+RL360 Follow RL360° on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RL360_group ---- TRANSCRIPT ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NARRATOR: In the middle of the Irish Sea, on the beautiful Isle of Man, a unique and independent financial services company is helping to shape the future of high net worth individuals around the globe. We first set up our home on the Island in 1991 and today RL360° is one of the fastest growing international life companies. DAVID KNEESHAW, RL360° CHIEF EXECUTIVE: We have offices around the world in Asia, Africa and Middle East - that allows us to build closer relationships with our stakeholders, customers and advisers. DENZIL WILLIAMS, RL360° DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: Customer service is vital. We have customers in around 170 different countries and being remote from us they have to have confidence that we are looking after them at all times. NARRATOR: RL360° is proud to call the Isle of Man our permanent home. The Island enjoys OECD white list status and an AA1 sovereign rating from Moody’s, and has been praised by the IMF as a well-regulated financial centre of excellence. Not only that, but investments into Isle of Man life companies are protected by law, guaranteeing investors will get back 90% of the value of their policy in the unlikely event of a life company being unable to meet its liabilities. DAVID KNEESHAW: The Isle of Man is the world’s oldest continuous democracy and one of the benefits of being a crown dependency and the history of the Island and its proximity to the United Kingdom is that it has very strong consumer protection laws which in today’s environment is extremely important. NARRATOR: The Isle of Man’s stability, financial strength and continuous growth means we can offer clients from around the world the best possible security and a wider choice of investment options. DAVID KNEESHAW: RL360° is backed by FCA regulated shareholders in London. The ownership structure makes us a more focused business - a more dynamic business and a more committed business to the sector in which we want to operate. DENZIL WILLIAMS: We are very lucky in the Isle of Man in that because we are a specialist centre for financial services, there are a great number of people with the relevant kind of expertise and experience. NARRATOR: Our 300 dedicated staff take care of 60,000 policy holders in across the world, managing funds worth over $10 billion. But for us, success isn’t just about numbers, it’s about our deep commitment to our existing clients. DENZIL WILLIAMS: We understand all of our customers have their own financial objectives and that their relationship with us is very important to them and we treat it with the same degree of importance. DAVID KNEESHAW: Trust is an important part of any offering in financial services, when customers come to a company such as RL360° they’re really looking for a safe haven for their money. NARRATOR: We are constantly consulting with independent financial advisers and listen to our policyholders’ needs. We’ve even designed portable policies, so you can enjoy our continued care and investment benefits if you move to a different country. DAVID KNEESHAW: RL360° has a very clearly defined future, we want to continue with our organic growth by being good at what we do. To look for new areas to do business outside of where we have been before so we are in the process of opening regulated offices in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur and Latin America. DENZIL WILLIAMS: RL360° is probably the most innovative company in our marketplace. We put a lot of time, energy and investment into our technology. The app is a great example of our innovation. DAVID KNEESHAW: What you’re trying to achieve in the business is a sense of balance but the key is to say let’s concentrate on being a good business - good products good service good relationships and if we keep doing that then we are more likely to have a good future. RL360°. Count on us.
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‘Stop the boats’: Austrian FM suggests EU should employ Australian refugee policy

‘Stop the boats’: Austrian FM suggests EU should employ Australian refugee policy

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The Austrian foreign minister has suggested that the EU should handle refugees the Australian way, by using offshore detention centers to process everyone arriving by boat. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
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The WORST offshore bank in the world

The WORST offshore bank in the world

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http://www.nomadcapitalist.com/offshore-banking/ Offshore banking isn't always as simple as opening an account at any foreign bank. In fact, many banks overseas offer terrible customer service and a lack of stability. However, one bank stands out as the absolute worst around the world: HSBC. Blogs will tell you that HSBC Premier is an easy way to move money around the world. Don't believe it. HSBC US is just as incompetent as HSBC Hong Kong. Global View doesn't work as promised. Premier benefits aren't offered in other countries, regardless of what is promised. If you love endless bureaucracy, employees who don't know their own policies, hours waiting on hold, and being made an unpaid employee of your bank, then HSBC is for you. For the rest of us, avoid HSBC. ----- ABOUT NOMAD CAPITALIST Andrew Henderson travels to nearly 30 countries every year to stay up to date on the latest legal strategies for entrepreneurs and investors to pay less tax, grow their money faster, and build their personal freedom. Andrew started Nomad Capitalist to help people like you follow his five magic words: "go where you're treated best". He has personally started foreign companies, opened offshore bank accounts, and obtained multiple second passports. He also learned the hard way that perpetual information seeking is often the biggest barrier to getting the results you want. Many entrepreneurs spend months and even years constantly researching how to pay less in tax or live overseas, but are afraid to make the jump. As a result, they get stuck and keep paying a fortune in taxes and never get the lifestyle they deserve. Nomad Capitalist's Youtube channel is based on Andrew's vision that focusing on the end result, rather than the latest shiny object, is the best way to actually obtain the benefits of the Nomad Capitalist lifestyle. About Andrew: http://www.nomadcapitalist.com/about/ Our website: http://www.nomadcapitalist.com Our blog: http://www.nomadcapitalist.com/blog/ Work with Andrew: http://www.holanomad.com/
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Nauru: Australia's Guantamo Bay? - Talk to Al Jazeera (In The Field)

Nauru: Australia's Guantamo Bay? - Talk to Al Jazeera (In The Field)

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In 2013, Australia's government announced a tough new policy towards refugees travelling by boat to its shores. The campaign that went with it was called, "No way. You will not make Australia home". Its goal was to discourage asylum seekers from entering the country "illegally" - as the government saw it. Most were coming from countries such as Somalia, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Myanmar. Many refugees - having fled their homes - considered themselves stateless. Their journeys were arduous and complex. Those from Iran, for instance, would travel first to Malaysia, where they could enter without a visa. Then they'd make their way to southernmost Indonesia, and from there they took boats towards Australia's closest islands. The trips typically involved people smugglers and dangerous - sometimes deadly - journeys on boats that were often overloaded and unseaworthy. Of the boats intercepted at sea by the Australian Border Force, many were forcibly turned back to where they'd come from. But passengers on some - and all those who did make it into Australian waters - were taken into custody, then deported, flown to neighbouring countries. There, in Nauru and on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island, they are still held in what Australia's government calls "regional processing centres". Nauru is a tiny 29 square kilometre island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. That small independent country - a member of the United Nations - has played a central role in the history of Australia's refugee policies. Nauru's "detention centre" first opened in 2001, under a policy brought in by Australia's conservative Liberal Party - the so-called "Pacific Solution". But this all changed when Kevin Rudd, from the centre-left Labour party, came to power in 2007. Rudd closed Nauru's centre and most of the refugees were relocated to Australia. But then as the number of asylum seekers arriving in Australia by boat started going back up, the Labour Party's government was forced to reconsider. The centre reopened in 2012. Today, the island's detention centre is home to almost 500 people, including about 50 children. Many of them have been there for more than three years. But what's going on inside? Both the Nauruan and Papua New Guinean detention centres are run under a veil of secrecy, off-limits to the media and to NGOs like Amnesty International. People working there are not allowed to talk about what they have seen. Why? Talk to Al Jazeera sits down with former employees who have decided to break their silence to tell us about the situation inside Australia's offshore detention centres. Are they, as the government says, having the desired effect, by discouraging people from making dangerous journeys? But are they also, as the people we spoke to say, dehumanising and dangerous? We spoke to Evan Davis, a teacher who used to work with children living in the Australian-run camp in Nauru. Despite secrecy provisions limiting the ability of staff to talk, he decided to share his experience. "It struck me straight away that the place was more like a military camp, a prison, more than anything else, that was efficiently run," he says. The children were referred to by personnel as numbers, not names, and Davis said the teachers endeavoured to make a point of learning the children's names. Judith Reem used to teach secondary school children on Nauru. She, herself, comes from a family of Bosnian refugees to Australia, which is one of the reasons she decided to speak out publicly. The tents where people lived, she says, she were not designed for habitation, and cultural considerations, such as spaces for people to pray, were not taken into account. Judith Reem feels particularly bad about having prepared the children for a life in Australia which was never going to happen. "I feel, that in retrospect, I was a part of the lie, because I was teaching them conversational English for life in Australia and that just hasn't happened," she says. The conditions were worse than in a prison, Reem says. "Some of the children in the camp can't remember life before the camp because they were so little when they arrived," she says. "The cloak of secrecy around it [the camps] is what allows us this plausible deniability, which is hopefully a luxury I can take away." Jennifer Rose, a former elementary school teacher in Nauru, believes Australia needs to take a different approach when it comes to dealing with asylum seekers. "How could you not be affected by seeing children retraumatised by a system that Australia has set up?" Rose asks. Editor's note: Talk to Al Jazeera has reached out to the governments of Australia and Nauru, requesting interviews in order to guarantee their right to - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Apple defends moving offshore profits to an island tax haven | Engadget Today

Apple defends moving offshore profits to an island tax haven | Engadget Today

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Part of the gift of the leaked Paradise Papers. A set of leaked documents from offshore law firm Appleby has revealed that Apple stashed $250 billion in Jersey, a tiny island off the coast of France known for being a tax haven. The tech titan apparently secretly moved its pile of overseas profits to the island after the US and various European governments cracked down on the tax strategy it's been employing since the 1980's. Apple used to rely on an arrangement called the "double Irish," which took advantage of Ireland's business-friendly tax policies. Subscribe to Engadget on YouTube: http://engt.co/subscribe Get More Engadget: • Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/engadget • Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/engadget • Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/engadget • Add us on Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/engadgetHQ • Read more: http://www.engadget.com Engadget is the definitive guide to this connected life.
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Close Offshore Asylum Seeker Processing Facilities #SocialChangeOT

Close Offshore Asylum Seeker Processing Facilities #SocialChangeOT

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SIGN THE PETITION!! https://www.change.org/p/peter-dutton-policy-change-to-stop-processing-asylum-seekers-offshore?recruiter=599019920&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=share_for_starters_page&utm_term=des-lg-welcome_email-no_msg&fb_ref=Default Link to letters: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cx4yqygJKah3xLN5imVz8JCymL-wMTezc3if6CKGvnM/edit Currently, many asylum seekers coming to Australia reside in offshore detention facilities ( Nauru Island, Manus Island, and Christmas Island) whilst they wait for their refugee claims to be processed. They can wait in the detention facilities to be processed for up to years, deprived of many basic human rights, including the right to engage in work and education, social and personal security, privacy, welfare, physical and mental health, freedom from cruel treatment, housing and privacy, and freedom of movement. Every year, approximately 1 million people seek asylum internationally for many reasons including: fleeing from violence, religious, political, and ethnic conflicts [1]. Seeking asylum is a basic human right under the UN Refugee Convention. It is not illegal for someone to seek asylum. We are advocating for policy change of the Migration Act 1958 (Commonwealth) stating that asylum seekers who arrive on the mainland without a valid visa must be held in immigration or community detention, or transferred to an offshore processing facility. We are advocating for: 1. Transfer of asylum seekers from offshore processing facilities to appropriate onshore facilities while they await resettlement in an alternative country or provision of temporary protection visa. Supported by reallocation of funding currently intended for operational costs of offshore facilities. 2. Implementation of apprenticeship/vocational programs for asylum seekers awaiting resettlement while they await resettlement in an alternative country or provision of temporary protection visa. Supported by reallocation of funding currently intended for operational costs of offshore facilities. It is anticipated that implementation of the above strategies would result in greater quality of life for these asylum seekers given evidence supporting onshore processing measures and the provision of employment and training incentives for improved health outcomes for this population group. The transfer from offshore processing facilities is also likely to yield significant cost savings when considering the significant expenditure required for establishing and maintaining facilities for asylum seekers and staff ($316.9 million annually) [2]. We acknowledge that transferring to onshore processing facilities does not fix the issues faced by asylum seekers entirely. However this change will mean the Australian Government will be taking responsibility for the individuals and upholding their human rights. Onshore processing will ensure housing and facilities for asylum seekers reflects the occupational health and safety standards of Australia. And the introduction of an apprenticeship mentoring program will allow for opportunity to engage in meaningful activities, increases in skill acquisition, and an increase in employability once they are processed. This is particularly important as most asylum seekers are processed as refugees: at May 31st, 2016, 77% of Nauru Island and 98% of Papua New Guinea asylum seekers had refugee claims approved [3]. We also acknowledge that transferring to onshore processing facilities and provision of a more supportive physical environment will support the mental health of this population group, where currently those in offshore processing facilities feel unsafe, and a sense of hopelessness. The transfer will allow for improved safety and freedom of violence as the Australian Government will be liable to take responsibility for upholding their human rights within the onshore facilities, as they currently are not in offshore facilities. As global citizens it is our responsibility to support the human rights of all other people, locally and internationally. Let's support those who are fleeing from violence and death in their own countries, and advocate for their rights to be met. References: [1] Asylum-Seekers. (2016). UNHCR. Retrieved 1 September 2016, from http://www.unhcr.org/asylum-seekers.html [2] Fact check: Does Australia spend more on offshore processing than the UN spends on refugee programs in South East Asia?. (2015). ABC News. Retrieved 11 September 2016, from http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-07-14/cost-of-offshore-processing-united-nations-fact-check/6609764 [3] Australia’s offshore processing of asylum seekers in Nauru and PNG: A Quick Guide to statistics and resources – Parliament of Australia. (2016). Aph.gov.au. Retrieved 17 September 2016, from http://www.aph.gov.au/About_Parliament/Parliamentary_Departments/Parliamentary_Library/pubs/rp/rp1516/Quick_Guides/Offshore#_Percentage_of_asylum_2
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Australia News. Obama administration urged Australia to change offshore detention refugee policy.

Australia News. Obama administration urged Australia to change offshore detention refugee policy.

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Offshore Companies Mauritius | Why Not Choose The Best?

Offshore Companies Mauritius | Why Not Choose The Best?

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https://www.varaluae.com/offshore-company-formation-dubai/offshore-formation/offshore-company-mauritius/offshore-companies-mauritius Offshore Companies Mauritius: Reasons behind business people looking for an offshore company in Mauritius Malay and Arab traders knew the beautiful island of Mauritius as early as the 10th century but the Portuguese were the first to set foot on the island to explore it in detail. Mauritius remained under British rule for a long time but in 1992 the people of Mauritius decided to break ties from the Crown and Mauritius became a free nation within the Commonwealth. A small island in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is a politically and financially stable democracy that welcomes foreign investors. It is able to meet international requirements in all areas including personal banking, offshore banking, communications and infrastructure. This is a beautiful country with memorable beaches. It is 2000 square kilometers in size- just half the size of Dubai. It is located just off the east coast of Madagascar in Southern Africa. It ’s a stable democracy since obtaining independence in 1968, with a current population of 1.3 million. After gaining independence, the people of Mauritius have worked very hard to take their country to new heights of prosperity. The pro-investment policies of the government of Mauritius have paid dividends, resulting in the attraction of considerable foreign investment to Mauritius. It is notable that Mauritius now has one of Africa’s highest per capita incomes. The government of Mauritius has taken practical steps by offering a wide range of incentives to attract prospective investors. A key focus area is the financial sector and its ability to compete globally. One of the steps that were taken was to amend the taxation law to facilitate Mauritius offshore company. The government clearly understands how an offshore company in Mauritius benefits business activities and interests, corporate revenue and access to employment opportunities to the people of Mauritius. While the banks and the licensed Offshore Company Incorporation Service Providers are serious about their reputation and image, they do not speak in hushed tones and charge you for something every time consult them.
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Trump eyes expanded US offshore oil drilling with new executive order

Trump eyes expanded US offshore oil drilling with new executive order

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Trump eyes expanded US offshore oil drilling with new executive order
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