Almost a third of British billionaires have moved to tax havens, or are in the process of relocating, research shows

 March 07, 2019

Almost a third of British billionaires have moved to tax havens or are in the process of relocating, research has found. Those living offshore must obey local tax laws, but avoid paying HMRC 38.1 per cent on dividends or 20 per cent on the sale of shares. Analysis by The Times found that of 93 […]

A committee to promote and safeguard women’s rights in the Principality

 March 07, 2019

The committee to promote and safeguard women’s rights was created on 25 October 2018 by Sovereign Ordinance. It was set up by Minister of State H.E. Serge Telle on 30 November 2018. The Committee’s remit is to coordinate, implement and evaluate national policies to promote gender equality and combat violence and discrimination against women. The […]

Monaco Telecom and Huawei Sign a New Strategic Agreement on Internet of Things to Support 5G Nation Project Initiated by Monaco

 March 06, 2019

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed by Martin Peronnet, General Manager of Monaco Telecom and Weiliang Shi, General Manager of Huawei France during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. This new strategic partnership aims to accelerate deployment of “Smart City” services in the Principality, in line with the “5G Smart Nation” project decided by […]

A new trade union for trade employees created in Monaco

 March 06, 2019

Two employees created a new union affiliated with the Federation of Monaco Employees’ Unions (F2SM). A representation to respond to those who do not find themselves in the current union offer. “We did not find ourselves in the unions’ speech,” says 31-year-old Vera Mendes, hostess, and Jean-Marc Eit, 52, a versatile salesman, both employees of […]

Recently formed S.A.R.L. companies in Monaco

 March 06, 2019

The Principality offers multiple business formation possibilities from the one person sole-trader to a multi million Euro worth company. Operating a business in the Principality of Monaco always involved extraordinary benefits and clear reasons, motivations. As we see it the top three reasons are Flexibility, Added values and of course Taxation. However it is highly […]

Superyacht Chefs Competition

 March 04, 2019

18 April 2019 – Yacht Club de Monaco As part of its “La Belle Classe Academy” training centre, dedicated to professionals in the Yachting industry and offering a “Art of Service” module, the Yacht Club de Monaco is partnering with Bluewater to organise – for the second consecutive year – a culinary competition, chaired by […]

Pictured: Moment Sir Philip Green tickles and paws an ‘uncomfortable-looking’ female worker he makes sit on his knee – prompting renewed calls to strip him of his knighthood

 March 04, 2019

New footage has emerged of Sir Philip Green clutching a bottle of Champagne while stroking and kissing a young woman while she sits on his lap. The video shows the 66-year-old tycoon calling the woman ‘Naughty’ and saying: ‘Didn’t know you were going to get so lucky, did you?’ Slouched on a sofa and clutching […]

Monaco introduces smart bus shelters

 March 04, 2019

Keen to improve services for public transport users in the Principality, incorporate new ways of consuming information outdoors, and develop the “smart city” concept, the Ministry of Public Works, the Environment and Urban Development, the Digital Transition Office and Monaco City Hall are currently in the process of replacing traditional street furniture with connected facilities. […]

Recently closed companies in Monaco

 March 04, 2019

The Principality offers multiple business formation possibilities from the one person sole-trader to a multi million Euro worth company.  Operating a business in the Principality of Monaco always involved extraordinary benefits and clear reasons, motivations. As we see it the top three reasons are Flexibility, Added values and of course Taxation.     Please find […]

Fascinating F1 Facts: Monaco’s missing station

 March 03, 2019

Those with a historical bent may wonder why what is now known as the Fairmont Hairpin in Monaco used to be known as the Station Hairpin. There is no railway anywhere nearby. The tight, curling downhill hairpin is a famous corner in F1 but it has had a string of different names over the years. […]

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