L'ITALIA RIPARTE SOLO ATTIRANDO I RICCHI E I BRAVI E CACCIANDO I POVERI E INCAPACI


L'IMMOBILE ALL'ESTERO NON E' CERTAMENTE UN NUOVO CONTO BANCARIO IN SVIZZERA NASCOSTO AL FISCO- DIFFIDATE DA CHI VI DICE IL CONTRARIO

 ATTENZIONE CARI AMICI.
in questi ultimi anni ho sentito moltissimi private bankers, fiduciari, operatori immobiliari che vivono fra Panama, Svizzera, Dubai e Londra affermare che un conto corrente all'estero puo' essere scoperto e identidicato facilmente specialmente dopo il 2018 con lo scambio automatico delle informazioni...MA CHE UN IMMOBILE ALL'ESTERO SIA MOLTO PIU' DIFFICILE DA IDENTIFICARE DA PARTE DELLE AUTORITA'.
attenzione..se questo poteva essere valido fino a ieri....da domani la festa potrebbe essere finita e le persone che si sono fidate di certi consulenti POTRANNO PENTIRSI AMARAMENTE...

GLI STATI INIZIERANNO A CONTROLLARE I PROPRIETARI DI IMMOBILI CHE SIANO PERSONE FISICHE O SOCIETA' OFF SHORE O SOCIETA' INGLESI POSSEDUTE DA OFF SHORE, O TRUSTS, LCC ECC ECC...SEMPRE DOVRA' ESSERE DICHIARATO IL BENEFICIAL OWNER.
CHI HA FATTO INVESTIMENTI IN APPARTAMENTI O ATTIVITA' COMMERCIALI E PENSA DI ESSERE STATO FURBO IN QUANTO HA ELIMINATO I CONTI CORRENTI NON DICHIARATI...HA SBAGLIATO TUTTO! 
GLI STATI VOGLIONO SAPERE CHI SI NASCONDE DIENTRO LA MASCHERA.

Io vorrei non avere immobili in certi paesi, in quanto nei prossimi mesi non avremo lo stesso numero di acquisti di prima (vedi londra, panama, dubai ecc ecc) ...i venditori spaventati aumenteranno e i prezzi tenderanno a essere in discesa piu' o meno accentuata

WMO ha un team organizzato per analizzare e risolvere situazioni pericolose per la persona che ha fatto investimenti immobiliari e in terreni nel mondo tramite veicoli societari (panamensi o di altre giurisdizioni)
siamo una boutique piccola ma che e' sempre capace di guardare avanti di mettere in sicurezza le persone prima che i problemi vengano a galla e NON SIAMO QUEI VENDITORI DI BALLE E DI FUMO CHE SI AGGIRANO IN CATON TICINO, NEI CARAIBI E NEI CENTRI OFF SHORE...sono tutte persone che venderebbero la loro mamma per due soldi...I FALLITI DI PANAMA, DUBAI, HK O LONDRA....E PERCHE' NO ANCHE I FALLITI DI LUGANO .....gente che lavora con il vecchio sistema e mette a repentaglio il cliente raccontando leggende metropolitane oramai solo dannose

contatta mercatiliberi@gmail.com per info o per fissare un appuntamento a Lugano. (siamo bravi e preparati, quindi la consulenza costa 250 euro, importo che viene poi rimborsato nel caso siamo la societa' che si occupera effettivamente di seguire le varie pratiche nel mondo. In questo modo evitiamo i soliti infamotti  che vanno in giro a raccogliere informazioni e poi fanno fare tutto ai loro professionisti.
 Masked revellers pose in Saint Mark's Square during the Venetian Carnival in Venice February 23, 2014.
 sentite quello che sta accadendo nella vicina INGHILTERRA...
Offshore companies buying UK property could be forced to reveal their ultimate owners under plans being considered by ministers to crack down on tax evasion and money laundering.
 The government is planning to create a register for offshore companies buying property in the UK that would require the companies to reveal who is behind them, according to the Times.
 E QUESTO NON SALVEREBBE TRUSTS, FONDAZIONI  QUALSIASI ALTRO TIPO DI SCHEMA SOCIETARIO
CHI VI RACCONTO L'OPPOSTO VI STA METTENDO NEI GUAI.
SAPPIATE CHE L'INGHILTERRA FARA' QUESTO LAVORO DI PULIZIA E IMMEDIATAMENTE DOPO TUTTI I PAESI ADERENTI ALLO SCAMBIO AUTOMATICO DI INFORMAZIONI FARANNO LA STESSA COSA..E' SOLO QUESTIONE DI TEMPO...
In effect, the register would mean secretive owners of luxury properties across the country would be unmasked, as they could no longer hide behind anonymous shell companies.
This practice is not illegal but allows people to launder money and hide taxes by hiding their identities
The proposals would shine a spotlight on the foreign firms that hold billions of pounds in British property without having to declare who is behind them.
David Cameron is already forcing all UK companies to reveal their ultimate owners under the new plans for a register of beneficial ownership from June, so the plans would bring foreign owners of British property into line with those rules.
It comes after the Guardian and other global media organisations published the leaked Panama Papers from law firm Mossack Fonseca revealing how some of the world’s wealthy and powerful used offshore companies to hide their assets.
Following the leak, Cameron is holding a global anti-corruption summit in London next month. The Times reported that he is expected to announce the new measures forcing transparency on foreign owners of UK property at this event.
The consultation document, published by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, said: 
 “Property can provide a convenient vehicle for hiding the proceeds of crime. A recent study found that a quarter of solicitors’ firms surveyed had experienced clients attempting to use property transactions to launder money or commit fraud."
“UK property is in any case attractive to overseas investors due to the UK’s stable and open political and business climate. This also attracts criminal organisations and corrupt individuals who want a good investment and may also seek the badge of wealth and respectability that UK property ownership can bestow. The high values of property in London in particular presents an opportunity for criminals to launder considerable sums of money in one transaction.”
MA LA STESSA COSA CAPITA PER DUBAI, BAHAMAS, PANAMA, SINGAPORE, MIAMI, HONG KONG ECC ECC..
It comes as Theresa May, the home secretary, prepares to unveil an aggressive new set of powers to tackle money laundering and terrorist financing, including a new “unexplained wealth order”.
The wide-ranging legal powers to be detailed by May also include a new “illicit enrichment offence” to deal with public officials who have a “significant and inexplicable increase in their assets”.
The Home Office claims the action plan amounts to “the most significant change to the UK’s anti-money laundering and terrorist finance regime in over a decade”.
The action plan also comes in response to the first UK national risk assessment on money laundering and terrorist financing published last October. This found “significant intelligence gaps”, particularly in relation to high-end money laundering in major frauds and serious corruption cases where the proceeds are often held in bank accounts, property or other investments rather than cash.
A recent National Audit Office investigation found that £155m was collected in confiscation orders in 2014-15 from convicted criminals, but the total debt outstanding from confiscation orders stood at £1.61bn last September.
The action plan is designed to make Britain a more hostile place for those seeking to move, hide or use the proceeds of crime or corruption. The measures to be detailed by the home secretary as part of a six-week consultation include:
The creation of unexplained wealth orders that will require those suspected of money laundering to declare their wealth.
The provision of a linked forfeiture power to be used where the answers provided are unsatisfactory, or where the subject of an unexplained wealth order fails to respond.
The creation of an illicit enrichment offence for use when public officials have a significant and inexplicable increase in their assets.
New administrative power to designate an entity as being of money-laundering concern and require banks, law and accountancy firms to take special measures when dealing with them.
Fundamental reform of the system of suspicious activity reports to improve the way the banking and financial sectors report suspect transactions to the National Crime Agency.
A new power to allow money held in bank accounts to be swiftly seized and forfeited.
The home secretary said the new powers were needed because Britain’s world-leading financial system was at risk of being undermined by money laundering, illicit funding and the funding of terrorism.
“This action plan sends a clear message that we will not tolerate this type of activity in our financial institutions,” said May.

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