News Team on 27/10/2020
Over 70 percent of ultra high net worth (UHNW) families have leadership structures in place, says international family office Stonehage Fleming
Sponsored by RBC Wealth Management: The growth of impact investing - Building wealth with positive outcomeson 07/10/2020
Impact investing has attracted increasing attention in recent years from socially conscious investors looking to build wealth while creating concrete social or environmental benefits....
News Team on 09/09/2020
Today sees the publication of the 2020 eprivateclient Middle East Report – an in-depth look at some of the most important topics affecting wealthy individuals and families from the region as well as their advisers across the globe...
During the early part of the national lockdown, it became very clear that UK charities would face serious challenges both immediately and beyond the pandemic in a post-Coronavirus world
News Team on 10/08/2020
An amendment to the Foundations (Jersey) Law 2009 is expected to come into force on 1 December this year, offshore law firm Walkers has highlighted
News Team on 21/07/2020
Over the next 10 years, more than $15 trillion is expected to be passed down to the younger generation, a study commissioned by IQ-EQ reveals today...
How COVID-19 is affecting the responsibilities of trustees and how they can ensure they are fulfilling their dutieson 13/07/2020
These unprecedented times of COVID-19 are challenging for all of us and trustees are no exception....
News Team on 30/06/2020
Officials from the United States’ Internal Revenue Service (IRS) have indicated that the agency is analysing the use of private foundations for tax planning, transatlantic law firm McDermott Will & Emery has warned
The global coronavirus pandemic has, in less than four months, swept the globe, brought economies to a sudden and grinding halt, put an unimaginable strain on even the best prepared health systems and led to changes in everyone’s working and personal lives as jurisdiction after jurisdiction imposes lockdown measures
Fiduciary sector in a "permanent state of creative tension”, eprivateclient annual trust dinner toldWill Sidery on 16/12/2019
The fiduciary sector has in recent years “settled into a permanent state of creative tension”, Druces’ new head of business development, Julian Washington, told an audience of senior trust professionals at the eprivateclient Annual Trust Dinner last month
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