New register 'a key development for foreign investors', says Winckworth Sherwood
The UK Government's establishment of a public register of overseas entities which own property in the UK is "a key development ...
Stan Lee's estate likely to cause controversy - lawyers speculate
Marvel Comics founder Stan Lee's death, following a year of controversy about his care and wellbeing, is expected to lead to ...
Family office giants team up for global reach
Multi-family office Stonehage Fleming and investment management firm Glenmede Trust Company have entered into a strategic alliance to expand their respective ...
Jersey Financial Services Commission appoints two new commissioners to its board
The Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC) has appointed of two new Commissioners, Mark Hoban and Monique O'Keefe, to its board
JTC launches private office aimed at the new generation of ultra-high net worth families
JTC has launched JTC Private Office, which aims to be an exclusive, bespoke service designed to meet both the financial and ...
BDO reacts to "unnecessary and alarming" extension to offshore time limits
The UK House of Lords has raised its concerns about the Government's decision to extend time limits to assess tax in ...
A promise is a promise - or is it? How lifetime assurances can override a Will
Mahendree Naidoo, head of the private client legal team at Kingston Smith looks at what happens where a person's Will is ...
Maurice Turnor Gardner appoints internally for new managing partner role
Boutique London-based private wealth law firm Maurice Turnor Gardner (MTG) has appointed Emma-Jane Weider as the firm's managing partner
HMRC sees 62 percent rise in disputed tax collected through mediation, city law firm says
HMRC saw a 62 percent rise in disputed tax collected through the use of mediation last year to £40.8 million, up ...
Heir hunting firm that ignored pensioner's Will deemed "wholly cavalier"
A firm of genealogists, who appeared on the BBC's series Heir Hunters, has been described as "wholly cavalier" by a judge ...