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Synonyms for offshore

(of winds) coming from the land

at some distance from the shore

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away from shore

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Larger denomination institutional deposits and short-term interbank deposits from foreign banks are likely to be less stable than retail deposits, so smaller domestic and off-shore banks reliant on these sources are likely to be more exposed to liquidity pressures and higher funding costs.
Larger denomination institutional deposits and short-term interbank deposits from foreign banks will be less stable than retail deposits, so smaller domestic and off-shore banks reliant on these sources are likely to be more exposed to liquidity pressures and higher funding costs, according to the report.
Ben Mohammed is linked with fundraising for Al Qaeda through off-shore banks in the former Yugoslavia and in the Isle of Man.
With the earnings of off-shore oil, ending up in off-shore banks in Jersey and elsewhere, the wholesale state corruption has indeed brought yet further disgrace to Angola.
Private banks, correspondent banks, off-shore banks, internet banking and gaming, international business companies, international trusts, wire transfers, concentration accounts, automated teller machines, pass-through accounts, mortgages, and brokerage accounts provide a rich source of tools by which criminals and their agents can launder money.
The subject then personally takes the bills and deposits them in unsophisticated off-shore banks where the bills are not inspected closely.
Most off-shore banks are able to be immensely profitable because they offer a safe shelter from taxation and law enforcement agencies.