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The week on eprivateclient: 2019 eprivateclient 50 Most Influential, Wedlake Bell and more...

05/10/2018 News Team

A look at the week on eprivateclient

Monday

The UK Conservative party announces plans to raise stamp duty for non-UK residents as it pledges to make homes more affordable for those living in the UK

Nominations open for the 2019 eprivateclient 50 Most Influential, the definitive list of the most influential professionals in the private client field…

Tuesday

Matthew Braithwaite – named as an eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 in 2014 and 29015 - leaves Bircham Dyson Bell to become a partner at rival 2018 Top Law Firm -  Wedlake Bell

UK accountancy firm - Buzzacott – a Tier II 2018 eprivateclient Top Accountancy Firm, names Tony Hopson as its new managing partner

Wednesday

UK national law firm Mills & Reeve has added new partner Sarah Cormack from Withers - Ms Cormack, who will be based in the London office of Mills & Reeve, specialises in tax, trusts and estate planning for ultra-high net worth international individuals and their families

UK Prime Minister Thersea May announces  at the Conservative Party 2018 conference that heterosexual couples in England & Wales will be able to choose to have a civil partnership rather than getting married - following the news the family law sector reacted…

Thursday

UK family law firm - The International Family Law Group - promotes Emma Nash, Stuart Clark and Michael Allum to partner

The UK’s National Crime Agency wins a high court challenge by an unnamed couple against an Unexpected Wealth Order (UWO), who - despite their economic circumstances - found themselves in possession of a £11 million pound property

http://eprivateclient.com/page_fullstory.php?articleid=34813

Friday

International trust services provider Intertrust opens a new office in the Abu Dhabi Global Market  

Ahead of its 8th annual occurrence next week (Tuesday 9 October) – there is still a chance to join fellow wealth management professionals at the Grouse & Grape charity luncheon

 

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