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3sun apprentices Zak Brown, Angela Hawthorne andA;ex Armes who have just spent a week offshore in pioneering move aimed at enhancing their training. Steve Jones from ODE and Colin Drewitt from 3sun. Picture: James Bass

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Two Great Yarmouth-based offshore companies are working together to offer apprentices their first taste of life offshore.

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The arrangement between 3sun in Boundary Road and ODE in South Denes Road is significant because it has always been a major hurdle for apprentices to be allowed on to oil and gas platforms due to their lack of experience.

It has led to an initial trial with six 3sun apprentices each spending a week on a North Sea gas platform on a maintenance contract run by ODE.

Steve Jones, operations support contracts manager for ODE which runs operation and maintenance contracts on one manned and three unmanned platforms, said they had developed a good working relationship with 3sun which was their first port of call when they needed extra skilled staff for a contract offshore.

He said: There is a shortage of experienced personnel offshore so it makes sense for us to help bring through the next generation of engineers.

It was also a valuable opportunity for the young people to see if life offshore was for them.

For some, it will be their first time in a helicopter and life on a platform is very different, not being able to go home and see friends and family, he said.

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The Prime Ministers Office expects that dozens of court cases will result from a government crackdown on Hungary-based businesses which siphoned off European Union grant money through offshore companies, deputy state secretary Nndor Csepreghy informed daily newspaper Magyar Nemzet on the weekend.

In a targeted review, the government has thus far already found 276 companies who funneled EU grants to offshore companies, according to Csepreghy. These entities are now entitled to repay the funds in full, though the fining may be appealed in a court of law. Csepreghy stated that some 2,000 companies remained under scrutiny for possible similar activity.

Csepreghy informed national news service MTI earlier that repayments from the 276 companies are expected to total between HUF 15 billion and HUF 20 billion including interest.

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DP Says Gov't Will Not Pay Monies Demanded By The Offshore Companies Unless Parliament Approves
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Gold bullion plunged 28 percent in 2013 as some investors lost their faith in the metal as a store of value. Photo: Bloomberg

Consolidation in the Australian resources sector is creating a serious shortage of investment opportunities, and some fund managers say it leaves them with no choice but to build portfolios dominated by offshore companies to gain exposure to commodities such as gold.

There is a real shortage of opportunity in this country and that is the problem with consolidation. That is the problem with the resources across the board in Australia, which is why we look globally, said Caledonia investment manager Chris Baker, adding that his view is despite recent falls in the spot gold price, which may make it more attractive to some investors.

Of the gold equities we own, 60 per cent to 70 per cent are listed outside Australia. We do that to enable us to find the best companies with the best assets.

The spot gold price dropped 0.5 per cent to $US1284.4 an ounce on Tuesday, touching its lowest since February as US equities rallied on the news of stronger corporate earnings results.


In many regards there are limited places to invest in Australia because in a relative sense the upside returns are not there, as compared to some offshore based companies, said Regal Funds Management head of Australian equities Julian Babarczy.

Broadly speaking, most Australian gold companies are relatively high cost. In fact, cost of production inflation has been higher than the actual gold price inflation which is reducing both profits and cash flows, he said.

There are a number of more interesting ones offshore, including Canadian gold company Detour Gold and Toronto-based gold producer Barrick however a potential merger with Colorado miner, Newmont Mining could muddy the waters.

The fall in the traditional safe-haven asset has been driven by improvements in the US economy and the belief that US-denominated assets are becoming less risky. However, the gold price has remained largely supported this year by consumer demand from China now the biggest buyer of the precious commodity and worries about the health of its economy.

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Anyone using scheme designed to avoid paying annual tax on 'enveloped dwellings' will have to declare to HMRC or face fine The super-rich who own mansions through offshore companies face new rules forcing them to declare if they are trying to avoid tax, a Treasury minister will announce. Ministers are planning to close a loophole with immediate effect, amid fears wealthy property owners are …

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OECD Director of Tax, Pascal Saint-Amans speaking to the media during G20 finance ministers and central bank governors meetings on February 23, 2014 in Sydney. Photograph: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images

The tax structures used by some of Irelands largest multinational employers are likely to be brought to an end, a leading figure from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has said.

It is the first such direct comment from a senior figure that tax structures involving Ireland and used by companies such as Facebook, Google and Microsoft are likely to be brought to an end by the organisations so-called Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (Beps) project.

Pascal Saint-Amans, director of the centre for tax policy and administration at the OECD, was asked during a webcast from Paris yesterday if structures such as the so-called double Irish, where a large proportion of a companys profits end up in a tax haven such as Bermuda, would be brought to an end as a result of Beps.

Maybe its wishful thinking, he said, but the answer is yes. Probably. That is what we are expecting. That is what we would be encouraging.

He said the world was changing and the OECD wanted to introduce new measures to prevent some countries taking unilateral action to address the situation.

He said he would welcome it if technology companies were making arrangements in anticipation of the system being changed. I think that would be a smart move, he said.

Profits sheltered The double Irish and similar global structures, used by many technology companies with large operations here, shelter profits from tax by having the intellectual property involved legally held by tiny Irish-registered subsidiaries that are tax resident offshore.

The Irish operations with the substantial operations serving markets in Europe and further afield pay royalties and licence fees to the offshore companies, thereby avoiding the European corporation tax system because the profits end up in tax havens.

Concerns have been expressed by Chartered Accountants Ireland that another aspect of the Beps project, aimed at creating a closer alignment between a companys sales and where it pays its tax, will adversely affect Ireland.

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Since New Jersey legalized Internet gambling in November, offshore operators have intensified efforts to entice gamblers in the state to their unauthorized sites, according to an executive at one of the companies authorized to offer online gambling.

“There’s increased activity by offshore operators again into New Jersey, driving heavy promotions. There’s new companies coming now who are actually trying to capitalize on that opportunity,” Norbert Teufelberger, chief executive of Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment P.L.C., said in a March conference call with investors.

“It’s quite amazing how high the criminal energy can be, but we are quite confident that the [Division of Gaming Enforcement] will shut that down quite efficiently and soon,” said Teufelberger, whose Gibraltar firm is partnered with Borgata in New Jersey.

The state Division of Gaming Enforcement confirmed it was “aware of this issue and is taking steps to coordinate an appropriate response to this illegal activity,” said Kerry Langan, a spokeswoman.

Asked for details, Langan said only that “the illegal activity is offshore companies offering online gaming to New Jersey residents without licensing or approval” by authorities.

John Shepherd, a spokesman for Bwin.Party, said Friday the federal Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 did not stop all overseas companies from allowing people in the United States to gamble online.

“It’s only companies like ourselves that switched off,” Shepherd said.

The legalization of Internet gambling in New Jersey made people aware they could play poker and other casino games online, Shepherd said.

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The Reformist Block referred the government decision to give priority to construction of a resort in Karadere to the prosecution..

The coalition also demanded the resignation of Economy Minister Dragomir Stoinev.

According to the coalition, the project was in violation of the Limiting of Offshore Companies Act, recently passed by Parliament.

The Reformist Block insists that prosecution checks whether there was an administrative violation or a crime by an official with the suggestion that the Black Sea Eco Garden Resort project of the Madara Europe company be granted a priority status.

The Offshore Act stipulates that an offshore company may apply for a priority investor status after it has registered the actual owners of the company in the Trade Registry. In the Madara Europe case, the company did so five days after it got the priority status.

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Optimism over business prospects has encouraged a few offshore companies in Singapore to boost yard capacity in the land-scarce island state.

Yard expansion appears to be high on the business agenda for a few offshore companies in Singapore, including Sembcorp Marine Ltd., one of the countrys biggest two players in the sector, as they equipped themselves to tap a larger slice of business opportunities in Asia and beyond.

The expansion seems timely as the global oil and gas industry is expected to boost capital expenditure on exploration and production (E&P) this year to $723 billion, 6.1 percent higher than last years $682 billion, Barclay Banks said in a Dec. 9, 2013 equity research report.

Oil and gas E&P expenditure in Asia is likely to track the global spending, albeit at a slower rate of 2.47 percent in 2014, the Barclays report indicated. Countries in the region are projected to spend around $124 billion, compared to $121 billion in 2013. The E&P estimates were derived from Barclays data as well as its research on firms like PetroChina Company Ltd., China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (Sinopec), China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC), Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Petronas), Oil and Natural gas Corporation Ltd. (ONGC) and others.

In Southeast Asia, Malaysia and Indonesia two major petroleum producers in the region are expected to invest more in the E&P sector. They are likely to have the greatest forecasted investment in oil and gas, due to increasing urgency of stemming production declines. Both countries are developing shallow water plays, while also moving to deepwaters, OCBC Investment Research said in a report highlighted in Singapores Business Times.


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A U.S. Senate investigative panel is examining whether Caterpillar Inc. improperly avoided U.S. taxes by moving profits outside the country, said three people familiar with the inquiry.

The Senates Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations will hold a hearing in early April, said two of the people. They spoke on condition of anonymity before an official announcement.

Rachel Potts, a spokeswoman for Caterpillar, based in Peoria, Ill., declined to comment. Gordon Trowbridge, a spokesman for Subcommittee Chairman Carl Levin, declined to comment.

In 2009, Daniel Schlicksup, an employee who had worked on Caterpillars tax strategy, alleged in a lawsuit in federal court that the company used a Swiss structure to shift profits to offshore companies and avoid more than $2 billion in U.S. taxes. He also alleged that Caterpillar used a Bermuda structure involving shell companies to return profits to the U.S. without paying required taxes.

According to Schlicksups complaint, the Swiss structure involved many shell corporations with no business operations, in which the management of profitable businesses was technically shifted to Switzerland while actually remaining in the U.S.

Schlicksups lawsuit, which alleged that Caterpillar executives retaliated against him, was settled in 2012, according to court filings. The company denied the allegations, which Bloomberg News first reported in 2011.

The Senate subcommittee led by Levin, a Michigan Democrat, has been examining tax avoidance by multinational companies.

Microsoft Corp., Hewlett-Packard Co. and Apple Inc. have been the subjects of previous hearings by the panel.

The 2013 investigation into Apple uncovered a subsidiary that earned $30 billion over four years with no home for tax purposes.

The subcommittee also has investigated Swiss banks such as Credit Suisse Group AG for aiding tax evasion by wealthy Americans.

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The young Ukrainian ex-billionaire Serhiy Kurchenko, now widely suspected of being a front man for overthrown President Viktor Yanukovychs family, clearly liked offshore destinations.

His companies registered in offshore zones are now accused of trading in oil products using a tax evasion scheme that cost Ukraines government an estimated $1 billion lost revenue.

But offshore companies were also used to buy expensive Italian suits, according to documents obtained by journalists of the Washington-based Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, a Kyiv Post partner.

Fuel trade schemes

Interior Minister Arsen Avakov on March 11 said that investigators in Odesa seized some 60,000 tons of fuel that belonged to one of Kurchenkos companies.

The confiscated fuel we will pass on to the Defense Ministry for safekeeping, Avakov said. Police have started 11 criminal cases to investigate the schemes used by Kurchenkos holding VETEK. Moreover, the general prosecutors office is also investigating Kurchenkos activities and questioned several investigative journalists this week who had previously researched his activities.

According to, news website, Kurchenko, 28, like former President Viktor Yanukovych, is currently hiding from investigation in Russia.

In the meantime, former workers of Kurchenkos companies have shared documents showing the movement of cash between VETEK and offshore companies in Belize, Panama, Cyprus and other destinations that can shed light on how his business empire functioned.

Kurchenko shot to prominence in 2012, when first reports about his business activity particularly in energy trade- started surfacing. Last year, his own magazine estimated his fortune to be $2.4 billion. Billionaires VETEK is a conglomerate which holds assets in energy, banking, media and sports. Odesa Oil Refinery, Kherson Oil Transshipment Complex, Brokbiznesbank, Real Bank, Ukrainian Media Holding and Metalist football club are its main holdings. However, Yanukovychs older son Oleksandr is seen as the final beneficiary of these assets, while Kurchenko only manages them.

Some of the leaked papers document the activity of Belize offshore company Zevidon Trading Limited, a very active business entity affiliated with Kurchenko.

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Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) and UK’s University of Southampton (UOS) jointly announced Wednesday the official launch of a joint laboratory in Maritime and Offshore Engineering R&D to develop innovative technological solutions through modelling and simulation using high performance comuting technology to solve technical issues facing the maritime, energy and offshore sectors.

The joint laboratory (Joint Lab), operated by A*STARs Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) and UOS’ Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute (SMMI), is located on A*STAR premises to promote engagement and more seamless scientific exchanges with researchers from other research fields, such as those from the Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech), and the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE).

“The strategic aim of the IHPC-SMMI Joint Lab is to deepen the understanding of the science and technology deployed in the design, construction and operation of future ships used, and new offshore structures that are utilized for the exploration and extraction of oil, gas and renewable energy sources from deep oceans under extreme harsh environments and translate these insights into impactful industrial applications,” the joint press release said.

The research areas seek to address two major challenges facing the maritime and offshore sector:

This joint lab is another key component toward building a hub to catalyze further R&D (research and development) activities in marine and offshore companies in Singapore. IHPC is keen to promote the development of high performance computing techniques that can be applied to pertinent issues, that will lead to improved design of offshore structures and better understanding of their performance and reliability in harsher environment and more severe conditions. We intend to draw upon participation from industry players so that the benefits of the research can propagate through the economic sector, Professor Alfred Huan, executive director of IHPC said.

The multidisciplinary research leverages the complementary expertise and skillsets possessed by the SMMI researchers, and IHPC research scientists from the Fluid Dynamics and Engineering Mechanics departments. The collaboration draws upon IHPC’s strength in computational modelling and simulation, and SMMIs strength in marine research. The Joint Lab projects will focus on developing solutions in the marine and offshore sector where the technical challenges are complex and often beyond the capabilities of a single organisation.

The Joint Lab will undertake projects in collaboration with partners in the maritime and offshore R&D community, including researchers from National University of Singapore (NUS) and the IHPC-Lloyds Register Joint Lab co-located within IHPC premises.


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1. Singapore, 5 March 2014 Building on the fruitful past decade of UK-Singapore cooperation in scientific research and development, A*STARs Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) and the Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute (SMMI) officially launched a joint laboratory in Maritime and Offshore Engineering R&D today, to develop innovative technological solutions through modelling and simulation using high performance computing technology, aimed at solving technical issues faced by the maritime, energy and offshore sectors.

2. The opening of the joint laboratory symbolises both countries continued commitment to the fostering of greater synergy and cooperation in moving the frontiers of science. The Joint Lab opening was witnessed by UK Minister of State for Universities and Science, The Rt Hon David Willetts MP.

3. As a globally leading maritime hub that is home to many companies in the offshore sector, Singapore provides an excellent base for the development of innovative technological solutions. The long legacy of the UK as a global maritime powerhouse further ensures the synergy of complementary expertise from both organisations that will greatly enhance the maritime, energy and offshore sectors and bring about economic benefits to both countries.

4. The strategic aim of the IHPC-SMMI Joint Lab is to deepen the understanding of the science and technology deployed in the design, construction and operation of future ships used, and new offshore structures that are utilised for the exploration and extraction of oil, gas and renewable energy sources from deep oceans under extreme harsh environments and translate these insights into impactful industrial applications.

5. The research areas are aimed at addressing two major challenges faced by the maritime and offshore sector:

6. Prof. Alfred Huan, Executive Director of IHPC, said: This joint lab is another key component toward building a hub to catalyse further R&D activities in marine and offshore companies in Singapore. IHPC is keen to promote the development of high performance computing techniques that can be applied to pertinent issues, that will lead to improved design of offshore structures and better understanding of their performance and reliability in harsher environment and more severe conditions. We intend to draw upon participation from industry players so that the benefits of the research can propagate through the economic sector.

7. Prof. Don Nutbeam, Vice-Chancellor, University of Southampton, said: The Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute is a world-leading hub for international collaboration which really has no parallel in terms of its scale and ambition. With Singapore being home to the worlds leading maritime economy and supporting major strengths in marine and maritime engineering we are very pleased and excited for the SMMI to be working in collaboration with A*STAR here to deliver a number of projects to develop safer, improved and more efficient offshore and marine structures and ships to deliver real and tangible economic and environmental benefits for the future.

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Treasury moved to close loophole used by wealthy to avoid stamp duty By placing homes in companies they can be sold without paying tax Ministers had expected the new levy to raise 20million this year But Danny Alexander reveals it is on course to generate 100million

By Matt Chorley, Mailonline Political Editor

PUBLISHED: 07:25 EST, 21 February 2014 | UPDATED: 10:40 EST, 21 February 2014



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A crackdown on the rich and famous who own mansions through offshore companies is on course to raise five times more than expected.

Pop stars, actors and jetsetters were able to avoid paying stamp duty when they bought and sold multi-million pound properties by selling it as part of a company based abroad.

A move to close the loophole had been expected to raise 20million this year, but it is now set to net the Treasury 100million.

Two years ago it emerged that every home in Cornwall Terrace in North London had been transferred to a company on the Isle of Man

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Why would you own a property in Dubai through an offshore company and not in your own individual name?

Why would you own a property in Dubai through an offshore company and not in your own individual name? What is the main benefit of owning property through an offshore company? Is it not better to have the property held in your own name or joint names?The inheritance laws in Dubai are not as straight forward, nor the same, as those back in the UK or the European Union. If a foreigner owns property in Dubai and passes away, the laws of their home country may not apply to their assets. Under Sharia Law there is a fixed distribution of assets upon death of the deceased owner and there is no concept of right of survivorship, for example where property passes to the surviving joint owner. By structuring your property into an offshore company, you ensure that Sharia Law will most definitely not apply to your assets and that lengthy probate proceedings are avoided.

What type of offshore companies can we use? Since 1st January 2011, the only offshore company that can be used to hold real estate owned in Dubai is the Jebel Ali Offshore Company. This company does not allow you to trade, give you residency nor work permits. The shares of the Jebel Ali Offshore Company can be held in personal names but we usually have the shares held by an offshore company 100%. We recommend common law offshore jurisdictions such as British Virgin Islands. This means that if a death occurs Sharia Law will not apply as your assets would be held in the name of the offshore entity and not in individual names. The probate process would also take place in foreign courts.

What are the other benefits of holding a property in Dubai offshore? The offshore entity can be designed to suit joint investors. So a group of investors can hold shares in an offshore entity that ultimately protects their portion of shares in the property. It also provides confidentiality and privacy. Hence protecting your assets. If I already own property, can I still transfer this into an offshore company?

Yes, you can transfer all freehold property held in your own personal name into the name of the offshore entity.

Can I own other assets through the company? Yes. A company is a legal entity and can own any asset. So bank accounts, stocks and shares and properties in the UAE and internationally can all be held by an offshore company.Why is the UAE a great place to set up an offshore company? The UAE is one of the best jurisdictions in the world for incorporating an offshore company because it is a tax-free business territory and has strict policies on privacy and confidentiality. The UAE does not have agreements concerning mandatory exchange of information about its offshore companies which are also exempt from paying corporate taxes. Many international corporations as well as expatriate entrepreneurs feel secure, comfortable and confident about establishing offshore companies in the UAE. What are the tangible benefits of owning an offshore company? An offshore company can act as an intermediary or holding company for private wealth or business interests. It is not mandatory for an offshore company to have a physical office, and neither is the physical presence of all shareholders required during its incorporation. There is no obligation to maintain records or books and there is no public record of the shareholders or directors, which ensures full confidentiality. And finally, it provides a legal framework for the safety and security of joint, multiple, or diverse investments. But most importantly for expatriates, the structure of an offshore company located outside the UAE allows full private ownership of assets including property located in the UAE (including Dubai, subject to additional structuring). This ensures appropriate passage, in the event of death. What are the various assets that can be owned by an offshore company? As a legal entity, an offshore company can own assets as varied as bank accounts, stocks and shares, land and property.

What are the advantages of transferring the ownership of a freehold property to an offshore company?

Property owned by an offshore company outside the UAE is not subject to Sharia law for the distribution of assets after death, because technically, a company cannot die, even when an individual shareholder does. Property and assets owned by individuals are subject to probate and may be contested. Assets which are legally owned by a company need not be subject to probate and are less likely to be contested. As a result, assets can pass outside probate or an unfavourable legal jurisdiction without the delay and cost usually associated with winding up an estate after an individual has passed away.

Kind Regards,Vithul V MuraliMBA Asst. Vice President | ADAM Global Dubai Mobile : +971 50 55 73 538Email :vithul.murali@adamglobal.comSkype : Vithul.murali

Why would you own a property in Dubai through an offshore company and not in your own individual name?


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