ICFP IN THE STATES
- Dual resident companies. Cinnamon, Allan; Taylor, Rodney // Accountancy;Jul1990, Vol. 106 Issue 1163, p56
The article comments on key stipulations of the Finance Bill to counter various uses of 'dual resident' companies in Great Britain in 1990. However, it should not be forgotten that there are circumstances in which a dual resident company remains a useful vehicle in international tax planning,...
- SEC's New 144A ABS Rules. // Private Placement Letter;4/12/2010, p6
A summary of a newly proposed regulation of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), that could change disclosure requirements of asset-backed securities (ABS) under Rule 144A, is presented.
- Stop-loss protection. // Accountancy;Jun76, Vol. 87 Issue 994, p9
Focuses on the decision of the British Government to introduce an amendment to the Finance Bill.
- The Finance Bill--II. Carmichael, K.S. // Accountancy;Jul1967, Vol. 78 Issue 887, p476
Focuses on the Finance Bill in Great Britain. Provisions of the bill; Sales of copyrights.
- Ireland. // Accountancy;Jun89, Vol. 103 Issue 1150, p58
Reports on the publication of the Finance Bill in Ireland.
- New Bills. // Accountancy;Mar1990, Vol. 105 Issue 1159, p46
Reports on several finance bills in Great Britain.
- Federal bill crucial to one-stop financial shopping. Weiser, Irving // San Diego Business Journal;09/07/98, Vol. 19 Issue 36, p47
Opinion. Focuses on the provisions of the proposed Financial Services Act in the United States. Modernization of the financial services industry; Regulatory system for the financial services companies; Financial regulations and financial services.
- Bill throws spotlight on self regulation. // Accountancy;Apr1986, Vol. 97 Issue 1112, p3
Reports on the proposed Financial Services Bill in Great Britain. Granting of rights to the Securities and Investment Board to intervene and change the rules of Recognized Professional Bodies; Impact on self-regulation of accountants.
- Waits admonished. // Accountancy;Apr97, Vol. 119 Issue 1244, p14
Reports on the absence of Clause 54 in the passed Finance Bill in Great Britain. Provision of the clause on the collection of overdue tax.