A look at the top stories on eprivateclient this week...
UK accountancy firm Saffery Champness has appointed a new director from Crowe UK, specialising in advising law firms on financial reporting, statutory accounts and audit issues.
Katherine Bullock, a former partner and EMEIA head of private client services at EY, and a former UK head of private client at PwC, has joined Field Court Tax Chambers.
A new report looking at succession and wealth transfer in high net worth families shows that the older generation can fixate on not “burdening” their children with the pressures associated with inheriting.
Boutique Jersey law firm Ward Yates has expanded with two senior appointments.
Rothschild & Co announced it will sell its wealth planning and trust services business to one of the unit's senior executives, Richard Martin, who has the backing of an unnamed investor.
London law firm Howard Kennedy is growing its private client practice with the appointment of two lawyers.
HMRC is investigating 171 professional football players, along with 44 league clubs and 31 football agents, a 90 percent increase from the 90 under investigation last year.
Two specialists from McDermott Will & Emery took a close look at the effectiveness of Lasting Powers of Attorney.
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