Author: Andres Knobel

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Now you see me, now you don’t: using citizenship and residency by investment to avoid automatic exchange of banking information

By Andres Knobel ■ 12 March 2018 ■ 3 min READ
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Inverted Maps: The Corruption Perception Index and the Financial Secrecy Index

By Andres Knobel ■ 22 February 2018 ■ 2 min READ
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Trusts and the UK: half a step forward, three steps backwards

By Andres Knobel ■ 19 December 2017 ■ 10 min READ
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Enough evidence on trusts – where are the State’s actions?

By Andres Knobel ■ 8 November 2017 ■ 7 min READ ■ 1 comments
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Our paper “Trusts: Weapons of Mass Injustice?” – now available in Spanish

By Andres Knobel ■ 25 October 2017 ■ < 1
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“Trusts: Weapons of Mass Injustice?” A response to the critics

By Andres Knobel ■ 25 September 2017 ■ 37 min READ
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Post-Panama Papers sunlight on New Zealand Trusts

By Andres Knobel ■ 13 July 2017 ■ 3 min READ
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Double-Layer Secrecy: add Lawyer Confidentiality to Banking Secrecy

By Andres Knobel ■ 12 June 2017 ■ 4 min READ
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Faking residency: OECD’s Common Reporting Standard leaves the door wide open for fraud

By Andres Knobel ■ 23 May 2017 ■ 5 min READ ■ 3 comments
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The Achilles heel of effective beneficial ownership registration: Why is everyone fixed on 25%?

By Andres Knobel ■ 11 May 2017 ■ 5 min READ ■ 1 comments
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The OECD – penalising developing countries for trying to tackle tax avoidance

By Andres Knobel ■ 7 March 2017 ■ 6 min READ
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Beneficial Ownership and disclosure of trusts: challenging the privacy arguments

By Andres Knobel ■ 7 December 2016 ■ 7 min READ
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Switzerland and information exchange: tweak, tweak and something will always remain

By Andres Knobel ■ 28 November 2016 ■ 4 min READ ■ 3 comments
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The OECD information exchange ‘dating game’

By Andres Knobel ■ 25 October 2016 ■ 4 min READ
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Automatic Information Exchange: a trove of useful new data. Here’s a template for using it

By Andres Knobel ■ 5 January 2016 ■ 4 min READ