Budget boost for offshore bonds

Reynolds, Rob
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/28/2009, p44
In this article the author discusses the effect of the Budget to the offshore bonds in Great Britain. He observes that the implementation of the budget can entice investors in the country to purchase the offshore bond considering the absence of upfront taxes. He believes that the 8.5 percent deposit increase in offshore bonds is due to the other factors aside the Budget.


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