A look at the top stories on eprivateclient this week…
HMRC publishes a list of its top ten prosecutions of 2018, ranging from high-flying business people to tax consultants, church leaders to organised criminals
UK-wide investment and financial planning group Tilney acquires the wealth management business of UK accountancy and advisory firm, Moore Stephens, by way of a business transfer agreement
2018 eprivateclient Top Trust Company, TMF Group, a global provider of high value business services to clients and State Street Corporation make a definitive agreement for the former to acquire State Street’s private equity and real estate (PERE) fund servicing business in the Channel Islands
2018 eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 Simon Goldring joins private client specialists Maurice Turnor Gardner (MTG) as a senior associate from Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner. His appointment follows that of 2019 eprivateclient 50 Most Influential Rupert Ticehurst – who joined MTG as head of dispute resolution from BCLP in October 2018
The Netherlands publishes a new list of 21 low-tax jurisdictions to help implement new measures to combat tax avoidance with Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, Guernsey, the Isle of Man, Jersey, the Cayman Islands all making an appearance
New research from Hargreaves Lansdown finds that sticking to one’s New Year's resolutions could save you around £4000. The most financially rewarding resolution is quitting smoking, with a 10-a-day habit costing over £1,500 a year. This is followed by reducing alcohol consumption, as cutting out two bottles of wine a week could save around £728 a year.
Ernst & Young US Tax’s private client services practice acquires Houston-based private client focused accountancy and tax advisory firm Linn Thurber
KPMG in the Channel Islands promotes 14 people across Jersey and Guernsey to manager - the highest number of promotions at this level for several years
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THIS WEEK'S TOP STORIES
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