France weighs up re-introducing a wealth tax after 'gilets jaunes' protests
The French government has signaled it may roll back its abolition of the wealth tax, a key demand of the yellow ...
Jersey approves savings plans designed to provide better futures for international employees
Jersey's Government has this week approved the introduction of provisions which allow Jersey to launch new International Savings Plans (ISPs)
Litigation funding in divorce
Grosvenor Law's Tracey Rodford looks at one of the biggest issues for parties facing divorce and seeking to instruct representation - ...
Russia amends tax code with significant changes to beneficial ownership rules
The Russian government has made year-end amendments to its tax code, which includes significant changes to the beneficial ownership rules, EY ...
Former Top 35 Under 35 joins Family Law Partners from Collyer Bristow to head new London office
Family lawyer Mark Harrop, previously of Collyer Bristow, is to join Family Law Partners (FLP) on 7 January 2019. In his ...
UK clamps down on 'Golden Visas' over laundering fears
The UK government is cracking down on the "Golden Visa" scheme for foreigners seeking a fast-track move to the UK after ...
Estera boosts Cayman trust offering with senior client director hire
Global fiduciary and administration services provider, Estera, has appointed Conrad Proud as client director - trust services in the Cayman ...
BDB Pitmans officially launches
UK law firm BDB Pitmans, the merged firm of Bircham Dyson Bell and Pitmans Law, has officially launched, offering clients services ...
4500 information exchanges between jurisdictions took place in 2018, OECD global forum told
The automatic exchange of information (AEOI) has seen 4500 successful bilateral exchanges by 86 jurisdictions take place under the new AEOI ...
New research from Blake Morgan finds that family members are key to business success
Behind every great business there's a great family, according to research carried out by law firm Blake Morgan