Offshore: Man alive
The Isle of Man has been quietly yet successfully building up its product portfolio in a bid to distinguish itself from other offshore jurisdictions and attract international investors, writes Daniel Mackelden
Do all high streets look the same these days? Perhaps, at times, onshore practitioners may ask a similar question of the world’s leading offshore jurisdictions? Despite a globalisation of offshore products and services, there are still marked differences between the key jurisdictions. Some have excelled and cornered specific markets. Such markets can, however, be transient and customers fickle. Others have fallen foul of supranational initiatives and their market shares have declined accordingly.
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