A round up of the top stories on eprivateclient this week…
Recent research from accountancy firm Moore Stephens showed that 26 percent of non-domiciled individuals are planning on leaving the UK in the next year - however, currently professionals in the private wealth sector appear to be seeing little evidence of this trend...
Intertrust in Jersey makes two appointments to its senior team to “shape the future direction” of the business. Tania Bearryman has been appointed as executive director, trust & company services where she will have oversight of Intertrust’s private wealth, treasury & investments, capital markets, corporate services and performance & reward management service lineswhilst Shane Hugill has been promoted to the head of performance & reward management
Financial and professional services firm Smith & Williamson reports a 6.3 percent increase in adjusted operating profit from £20.5 million in 2017 to £21.8 million in its interim results for the first six months of the 2018/19 financial year
The 2018 eprivateclient Isle of Man Report is released and features articles from EY, JTC Private Office and more…
A Hemel Hempstead company director, who funded his hobby racing high-powered sports cars in races across Europe through a £450,000 tax scam, is jailed
Plans for Guernsey to enhance its offering for family office structures for high net worth individuals reflects the mood of the market, according to Nicholas Donnithorne, head of the trust and pensions team at Guernsey law firm Babbe
The FCA fines Santander over £32 million for failing to effectively process the accounts and investments of deceased customers
2018 eprivateclient Top Trust Company Equiom acquires HOLT consultancy, a professional compliance and risk management service provider based in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC)
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THIS WEEK'S TOP STORIES
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