Daniel holds a MA in political sciences, philosophy and psychology. Currently, he is studying towards a Msc in Finance.
Daniel is a private, long-only investor following a value based approach.
With a special interest in emerging- and frontier markets he applies fundamental analysis and informal logic to find bargains and profit from special situations.
All of his investment decision are made within a long-term horizon.
Daniel lives and works in Germany.
Brian has extensive experience in research, writing and editing in the medical area. He is an author on multiple scientific papers. He greatly enjoys designing and running clinical translational projects. Brian graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in Physiology and Neurobiology from the University of Maryland. He is currently an MD/PhD student in Integrative Biology and Disease at the University of Southern California, performing exercise physiology research. As part of his achievements, he is first author on 2 oral presentations at national conferences, Experimental Biology and American College of Sports Medicine, and published over 5 poster presentations including USC/Caltech and American Physician Scientist Association along with 3 publications with more in preparation. Brian greatly enjoys writing on all things and sharing his viewpoints on the latest tech and science.
We are a tax consulting and company formation firm located offshore in the sunny, tax free Bahamas since 1990. I've formed over 1,030 Bahamian IBCs and 360 Anguilla IBCs since 1990.
◾Anguilla is a UK overseas territory with same tax status as Cayman Islands.
◾All the money and technology to create their offshore registration services came out of London.
◾Anguilla was one of the very first tax havens that adopted an online registry service.
◾QEII is the head of State.
◾Got questions? email email@example.com
The Caribbean tax havens have grown to rival New York and London as a place to hold family assets, and the US FET is one reason why there are so many offshore companies there.
480,000 IBCs in BVI;
100,000 “exempt companies” in Cayman;
45,000 IBCs in the Bahamas;
30,000 cos in Bermuda
25,000 IBCs in Anguilla
None of the Caribbean (tax) havens levy an estate tax.
Nobody is much interested in tax avoidance any more, so I'm posting Tom's Fishing Gallary pictures instead http://bahamasbahamas.com/images/gallery.html
Personal info here https://www.linkedin.com/profile/preview?locale=en_US&trk=prof-0-sb-preview-primary-button
and PFIC / FATCA info for planners https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/new-irs-form-8938-created-fatca-2010-can-filing-avoided-tax-havens?trk=prof-post
JPMorgan/Chase writes on U.S. Estate taxation: "Because stock of a foreign corporation (in a no tax haven) is not subject to U.S. estate tax, holding U.S. situs assets through a foreign corporation constitutes a planning opportunity." http://www.jpmfinancialservices.com/images/PDFs/EstateTaxation.pdf