The week on eprivateclient: BDO and Moore Stephens, Meghan Markle, Zedra and more...

30/11/2018 Will Sidery

A look at the top stories on eprivateclient this week…


BDO and Moore Stephens confirm reports that the two firms are set to merge and create the UK’s fifth largest accountancy firm

The High Court in London rules that UBS can take possession of the London mansion of Vijay Mallya, an Indian brewery millionaire and the former team principal of Formula 1 team, Force India, who has fled to Britain amid allegations of money laundering and fraud


London law firm, Payne Hicks Beach, grows its landed estates and agriculture team with the appointment of Simon Blackburn as a partner, effective immediately

A quarter (26 percent) of non-domiciled (non-doms) individuals plan to leave the UK in the next year according to new research by accountancy firm Moore Stephens


Wedlake Bell’s Kate Johnson examines the tax consequences that Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their unborn child may face thanks to US taxation by citizenship

Corsair Capital (Corsair) - a US private equity firm which focuses on the financial services industry - makes a majority investment in global trust, corporate and fund services provider, Zedra


Following a “hugely acrimonious” legal battle, a wife who left her Orthodox Jewish upbringing wins her case over the £1.4 million home she shared with her religious husband

An estimated 38,000 high net worth individuals (HNWIs) have moved the UAE since 2000, making it one of the most popular destinations for the very wealthy, a report by global market research firm New World Wealth finds


Police in Germany raid the Frankfurt offices of Deutsche Bank in connection with the Panama Papers revelations and as part of an investigation into alleged money laundering

Over half (57 percent) of financial advisers are expecting an increase in leads from law firms and accountancy practices in the next year, according to new research from life insurance firm Prudential

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