Today sees the publication of the 2018 eprivateclient Jersey Report - a detailed overview of the private wealth sector in Jersey and what the island has to offer for the world’s wealthy.
Jersey remains at the forefront of the international wealth management industry due to a number of factors. The island’s government and bodies representing its financial sectors remain resolute in providing transparent, fair and competitive legislation and regulation as well as protecting and promoting the interests of the industry. This determination is in spite of continued scrutiny from intra-governmental agencies and regulators, some whom see Jersey as a tax haven rather than a well-regulated international finance centre.
At the same time, Jersey remains at the forefront among IFCs within the wealth sector because of the tax, trust, accountancy and legal firms and specialists who work and live there and look to ensure Jersey’s future prosperity.
These firms and individuals are key to maintaining Jersey’s reputation and its appeal to global HNW individuals and families and the 2018 eprivateclient Jersey Report looks at a number of areas that highlight why it remains popular.
Alongside looking at the biggest people moves on the island in the past 12 months as well as who from Jersey made the 2018 eprivateclient 50 Most Influential list, the report features contributed articles examining topics such as family offices, moving to Jersey and the growing number of women controlling wealth from firms including Ogier, RBC Wealth Management, Maples and Calder and more.
To read the full report, please click here
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