A round up of the top stories on eprivateclient this week…
HMRC and the Advertising Standards Authority team up to curtail the ‘misleading advertising’ of a Stamp Duty Land Tax scheme run by a tax avoidance scheme promoter
Former Liverpool and Real Madrid star, Xabi Alonso, is accused of tax fraud between 2010 and 2012 by Spanish authorities, and could face a five-year jail term
With the end of the tax year fast approaching, 2017 eprivateclient Top Accountancy Firm Saffery Champness pinpoints five things to look out for before 5 April
2017 eprivateclient Top Trust Company, JTC Group, makes two senior appointments in the US and UK as it expands its global Institutional Client Services (ICS) team
A high-flying businessman, who masterminded a sophisticated £9.8 million international VAT fraud to fund a lavish lifestyle of fast cars and a luxury Spanish home, is jailed for nine years
Five weeks remain to have your say in the inaugural eprivateclient Channel Islands Top 35 Under 35 – a new initiative designed to highlight the brightest and the best young talents in Jersey and Guernsey’s private client sector. To nominate a rising star, click here
The UK Parliament is set to probe the scale of money laundering in the country, including property acquired with suspicious wealth. The investigation - announced by the House of Commons’ Treasury Committee - follows claims that £4.4 billion of UK property may have been bought with suspicious wealth, with more than a fifth, or £880 million, purchased by Russians
Guernsey based Trust Corporation International boosts its US offering with the hire of American lawyer Catja Carrell, who has joined the specialist independent trust company in the role of legal officer
eprivateclient will return on Tuesday 3rd April after the long Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
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