The pair, who separated three years ago, have now divorced, quietly and without an undignified courtroom fight involving overpaid lawyers.
Ireland’s High Court found both men and the elder Quinn’s nephew Peter Darragh Quinn in contempt of court last month for putting assets outside of the reach of Anglo Irish’s successor, Irish Bank Resolution Corp.
From 1st January 2013, under FATCA, the United States will require all of its citizens to report their worldwide earnings to the Internal Revenue Service, regardless of where they live, how long they have lived there, or whether any money is owed.
A Deutsche Bank internal investigation into Libor has found that two former traders may have been involved in colluding to manipulate the rates but said there was no indication of failure at the top of the organisation, Reuters reported.
The consortium has attracted interest from an array of academic, industry and regulatory researchers and two conferences have been held at which institutional investors, academics and industry experts presented new research and discussed how to better qua
The Senate inquiry found that HSBC accepted more than $15bn in cash between 2006 and 2009 from Mexico, Russia and other countries at high risk of money-laundering but failed properly to monitor transactions.
Tax avoidance has become a hot topic in the UK recently, with the government keen to be seen as cracking down on the practice. Last month, a number of high profile celebrities were revealed as having participated in legal schemes including the 'K2&am
WPP, the world’s biggest advertising group, has already committed to moving its company headquarters back to London from Dublin, and a slew of others are expected to follow suit.