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Brexit and the Isle of Man
The UK electorate have spoken. The most contentious political result in recent times seems to have caught many off guard and the subsequent resignations of key advocates for both the ‘for’ and ‘against’ campaigns show that consequences of this momentous event may not have been fully recognised.
Peregrine celebrates 30th Anniversary
Peregrine Corporate Services (“Peregrine”) marked its 30th Anniversary with a celebration attended by clients, associates and friends in the grounds of its offices at Burleigh Manor in Douglas.
Photographs from Peregrine's 30th Anniversary Celebration
Blockchain – the next wave of disruption
In the early nineties, few people had heard the word internet. There were rumours of the coming of an “information superhighway.” Few foresaw the explosion and disruption that has occurred over the last few decades. No one foresaw how our lifestyle would be altered by this technology.
A History of Peregrine Corporate Services
As Peregrine Corporate Services (“Peregrine”) reaches a milestone year, we look back at how the business started 30 years ago.
The Isle of Man Finance Industry – Striking Back
As everybody working in the Island’s financial services industry will know only too well, the regulatory burden on firms such as Peregrine Corporate Services (“Peregrine”) is getting heavier every year.
Regulation in the Isle of Man
In an increasingly inter-connected world with 24-hour access to information online, and a post-credit crisis suspicion of financial institutions, it has become essential that financial service businesses are properly regulated and also perceived by the public to be well regulated.
UK Budget – Impact on Property Investment
The recent UK budget included several measures that will have a direct impact on Isle of Man companies involved in real estate property investment in the UK.
UK Budget - Summary of relevant issues
The Chancellor of the Exchequer presented his 2016 Budget which had a number of items that would be of interest to our local and international clients.
ATED – ‘Getting your house in order’
To the uninitiated, the Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (“ATED”) is a tax charged on a non-natural person which holds an interest in high value UK residential property.