Offshore Banking Defined

Posted On November 15, 2010
Offshore Private Banks Broadly defined, Private International Banks (PIB’s), Offshore Banks or Captive Banks are simply banking entities established outside of the United States or the country in which the owner resides. These entities are only responsible for meeting the standards established by the jurisdiction which licensed and regulates the bank. They are not subject […]... Read more

Is the United States Anti-business???

Posted On October 13, 2010
There are rumblings and they are getting louder. The United States is quickly becoming known internationally as an anti-business State. A recent article which ran in Forbes entitled “Obama’s Problem with Business” tagged “Barack Obama as the most anti-business president in a generation, perhaps in American history.” Let’s keep in mind that this is not […]... Read more

Privacy; a Necessity not a Luxury

Posted On September 11, 2010
The year was 1917 and the location was Latvia. A poor and mostly agrarian country in Northern Europe’s Baltic region bordered to the north by Estonia and to the south by Lithuania. My grandparents were children at the time. As the saying goes, “timing is everything,” and theirs could not have been much worse. The […]... Read more

Despite the Weak Dollar, Foreign Buyers aren’t Rushing In

Posted On August 12, 2008
An interesting article from the Wall Street Journal 8/12/08: American sellers are desperate to sell their homes to foreigners, who these days are more likely to have ready cash than their countrymen. And with falling home prices and a weak dollar, a place in the United States is more affordable for a wider variety of […]... Read more

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