Wealth management sector faces key challenges of disintermediation & disruption, fee compression, and a return to a lower return environmentWill Sidery on 09/10/2019
Disintermediation & disruption, fee compression, and the return to a lower return environment are the key challenges currently facing the UK wealth management industry, Patrick Lance, a wealth director at 1762 from Brewin Dolphin told the audience at the fourth annual eprivateclient Accountancy Dinner last week (01/10/2019)
News Team on 02/10/2019
Eight finalists have secured £50,000 each in funding to develop technological solutions to broaden access to legal services in England and Wales
News Team on 17/09/2019
Zedra, a global provider of trust, corporate and fund services, has launched an end to end solution for the purchase and sale of Bitcoin through an innovative escrow agreement.
Will Sidery on 12/06/2019
Today sees the publication of the 2019 eprivateclient Guernsey Report – a whistle-stop analysis of the private wealth sector in Guernsey
Rachel Thompson's three year long battle with Apple to gain access to her late husband's account highlights the difficulty of navigating the terms and conditions of online service providers after death and is another example of how the law is struggling to keep up with the pace of technology, explains Howard Kennedy's Lauren Sieprath
News Team on 15/05/2019
The US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has issued guidance on cryptocurrencies.
News Team on 04/12/2018
The University of Oxford’s faculty of law has been awarded £1.2 million to explore the possibilities of using artificial intelligence (AI) to support legal services
UK Government launches new courses for accountants and solicitors on the front line of cyber-attacksNews Team on 10/10/2014The UK Government has launched a new course aimed at teaching members of the legal and accountancy professions how to protect themselves and their clients from cyber-attacks.
News Team on 08/10/2014Specialist private client software developer, thewealthworks, has hired Jane Symonds from Top 25 Law Firm Wrigleys as the firm’s new UK products manager.
News Team on 01/10/2014Private client software developers, thewealthworks, has become the first supplier to introduce a new module to assist financial institutions and professional firms with their obligations under the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).
- Mazars appoints former 50 Most Influential as head of tax investigations from UK law firm
- Farrer & Co mourns loss of property partner Andrew Bailey
- CGT changes set to impact multiple property owners
- Wedlake Bell's head of private client explains how to strike a successful work/life balance
- Supreme Court rules that gift to charitable trust in Jersey is exempt from IHT
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