Sweden and the Netherlands demand to disclose the clients of the Swiss UBS
It recently emerged that Sweden and the Netherlands filed administrative requests with the Swiss authorities asking them to state the names of their citizens who own accounts at UBS in…

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Theoretical aspects of cash and settlement services for individuals and legal entities
The banking system is a combination of credit institutions and various types of national banks operating through a monetary mechanism. Commercial banks are banks, service organizations, as well as their…

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How to open a foreign bank account that will not be closed due to the lack of confirmation of registration of this account in the tax

Many foreign banks, which still open accounts for non-residents, are beginning to demand documents that taxes on amounts in the account as personal income have been paid. Some foreign banks are even starting to demand a certificate from the clients from the Russian Federation on the fact of informing the tax authorities of the Russian Federation about the existence of an account abroad. Naturally if
A foreign bank account for the FTS lately is something like a red rag for a bull. Continue reading

Bank accounts in the UAE: changes and innovations

Unfortunately, in the UAE there are only a few banks that work with offshore, it is:
Emirates NBD, and the bank requires that the average monthly account balance be maintained at least $ 137,000;
United Arab Bank, and the bank requires that the average monthly balance on the account be maintained at least $ 100,000;
RAK Bank, and the bank requires that the average monthly account balance be maintained at least $ 275,000.
In addition, in order to apply for opening accounts of offshore companies in these banks, the owner of the company (shareholder) must be a resident of the UAE – in order to have a rationale for why you need a bank account in the UAE. Continue reading

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World banking systems
In world practice there are the following banking systems: 1) two-level: 1st level - Central Bank, 2nd level - commercial banks; 2) a decentralized banking system of the United States…

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