The week on eprivateclient: Maurice Turnor Gardner, New Quadrant Partners, the OECD and more...

19/10/2018 Will Sidery

A look at the top stories on eprivateclient this week…


Lynne Rowland, partner, head of private client tax & Mahendree Naidoo, senior private client solicitor, Kingston Smith, look at the tax implications of change in law to allow heterosexual couples to enter into civil partnerships

Saffery Champness Registered Fiduciaries hires 2018 eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 - Channel Islands, Donna Brehaut, as trust manager from Nerine


2016 eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35, Kiran Vasudeva, who joined New Quadrant Partners (NQP) in 2012 as an associate, is promoted to partner at the London based boutique private client firm

Independent law firm BTO Solicitors hires Hilary Peppiette to its families and individuals team. Ms Peppiette’s appointment means BTO Solicitors is first law firm in Scotland to offer doula services


London-based private client law firm Maurice Turnor Gardner (MTG) hires Rupert Ticehurst as head of litigation. Mr Ticehurst joins the firm from Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner where he had headed its private client litigation team since 2011

The OECD brands over 20 jurisdictions’ citizenship and residence by investment schemes (CBI/RBI) as “high-risk” with programmes in Malta, Cyprus and the United Arab Emirates among the countries flagged up as a concern


Simon Morgan – a director and head of private clients at Vistra Jersey, has been elected worldwide Chair of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), effective 1 January 2019. Mr Morgan replaces outgoing chair Patricia Wass who has been in the role since the start of 2017

Global advisory and administration firm Maitland launches a new family office service in South Africa, as it looks to capitalise on growing wealth in the country and on the African continent


North-East based law firm Tilly Bailey & Irvine appoints Jessica Morton, a specialist wills, trusts and probate solicitor, to the firm’s commercial office at Wynyard - creating what the firm describes as the "largest private client team in the Tees Valley"

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