Life and annuity products in the context of transformation of rules affecting offshore financial centres:Changing rules require enhanced due diligence -PART 1

Zagaris, Bruce
December 2001
Journal of International Banking Regulation;Dec2001, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p230
Academic Journal
Presents a guide for the developments in anti-money laundering efforts affecting offshore financial centers. Implications for insurance business and their life and annuity products; Review of government and international organization's efforts to combat transnational crime; Examination of an Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development report on issues that may violate principles of fair tax competition.


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