The advent of the Accidental American
TCI's Andrea Daley-Taylor looks at why more than three years after FATCA was introduced "Accidental Americans" are still providing a steady ...
Getting specialist asset management down to a fine art
Art is appreciated by many, yet owned by relatively few. However for trustees the acquisition, holding and administering of art, antiquities ...
Beyond paradise: English trusts have a future
An unfortunate impact of the media assault on the 'offshore sector', prompted this time by the so called 'Paradise Papers', is ...
2017 eprivateclient Isle of Man Jurisdiction Report published today
Today marks the launch of the 2017 eprivateclient jurisdiction report focused on the Isle of Man...
Waggott case perfectly illustrates a current very real tension in family law
Readers may be familiar with the divorce case of Mr and Mrs Waggott. This case has just gone to the Court ...
The dilemma facing trust companies reaching the end of their private equity backing
The trust sector has undergone a number of changes in the recent past. One of the most defining has been the ...
2017 eprivateclient Jersey Jurisdiction Report out today
Today sees the launch of the 2017 eprivateclient jurisdiction report focused on Jersey...
Tax titbits - November 2017
The rise of art-lending
As the global art market has expanded, so has the financial sector that lends against it. In fact, today there is ...
2017 eprivateclient Swiss Jurisdiction Report launches today
Today sees the launch of eprivateclient's interactive 2018 Swiss Report