Thursday, 7 April 2016

There's a place for Panama-style financial privacy - ?! - ?! [Eh?!]

'What?!' It's the Thursday night PR email, Voice, back by popular demand. Nigel Green reckons Panama is great, man. 'Who?! Nigel who?!' Nigel Green. He's the founder and chief executive of the Bubbles deVere Group. This is what he says -

"Panama should be applauded for its pro-active approach to enhance its effectiveness and credibility as an offshore financial centre, but it should not lose or devalue the legitimate financial privacy it offers, affirms the boss of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organizations."

'Is he crazy, boss?' Maybe, Voice. What confuses me is the way he talks about himself ... affirms the boss of one of the world's largest independent financial advisory organizations. What's that all about?

"The comments from Nigel Green, founder and chief executive of the Bubbles deVere Group, come as the Central American country announces it is creating an 'international panel of experts' to help enhance transparency in its offshore financial industry."

You see? He's at it again! I don't think we can take him seriously on Panama. 'Oh, he's a nutter, Mikey.' Nurse!

Or maybe I've got it all wrong. I don't know. I am rather tired, dear reader(s). It's been a long week. Thank God it's the weekend now!

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BREAKING NEWS! David Cameron did have a stake in his father's offshore fund, but he sold it before becoming PM. Interesting! Is there any reason why he couldn't tell us this the other day? 'Come on! He forgot, boss.' Oh, sure. Ha! What else don't we know? There can be no whitewash at 10 Downing Street, etc.

Laters, reader(s). Have a nice weekend.