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Sometimes clients wonder why banks and financial institutions ask for so much personal information before opening accounts or carrying out transactions on their behalf. Rest assured we really don’t do it for fun - Duncan Taylor explains.
You may not have heard of the CRS but if you have assets in a country other than where you live then the chances are that your information is being shared between governments and financial institutions. Duncan Taylor explains what it means for you.
Cryptocurrencies have become a hot topic in recent years. But how safe an investment are they? Like all investments, investing in cryptocurrency comes with a certain amount of risk. Infinity's Duncan Taylor examines both sides of the coin in his latest blog.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term which has been in use in tech circles for many years but is rapidly entering common language from what was once a futuristic vision to reality. But what exactly is it? Duncan Taylor is here to explain.
In June the people of the UK face the most momentous political decision for more than a generation. Will they vote to remain in the European Union or choose to leave?
Infinity's Carl Turner believes biased press coverage on both sides of the argument is designed to stir emotions but is also obscuring the key issues and making it difficult for people to take an informed decision.
In this major blog post Carl strips out bias and outlines the issues that matter without an agenda. If you have a vote on the June 23rd read Carl's post before you make up you mind.
Cybercrime is 'perhaps the biggest threat society faced’ according to a UK Police and Crime Commissioner after a business loses £1million to a sophisticated telephone scammer.
Trevor Keidan takes a look at how scammers are swindling people out of their savings and the steps you can take to protect yourself.
Trevor Keidan blogs on why he embraces a better regulated and more transparent offshore financial world.
The airlines don't publicise it but travellers delayed on flights departing from EU destinations are eligible for compensation on it they arrived at their destination three hours or more late. Claims can be made going back as far as 2005.
Paul Dodd explains why the recent good economic news out of the UK misses the point. However, while massive systemic debt is everyone's problem by taking action you can protect yourself.
Bankers get a pretty tough rap most of the time, however people that caricature bankers as greedy orgres are missing the point. Ben Bennett puts the case for banking and finance playing a crucial role in the development of civilisation and the advancement of mankind's prosperity.