I sold some of my crypto and want to send gains to a brokerage in order to invest in stocks. If I register a personal bank account in an offshore jurisdiction like Gibraltar or Hong Kong, transfer the funds there and then wire them to my overseas brokerage stock account, what information will this private offshore account share with my jurisdiction? Recent OECD rules on Automatic Exchange on Information (AEoI) which pretty much all countries have joined conclude that the banks share information with beneficiaries of accounts jurisdictions and governing bodies. But do they share information on balance of accounts or all transfers? It is a huge difference, because if you just use the account a few times to do transactions and keep it empty, it will show 0$ when shared with government. But if it shows all outgoing/ingoing transfers and history, then obviously it is not good. So any idea how this works in terms of personal accounts in offshore banks? Maybe you know which banks or jurisdictions are not keen on sharing this information?