High Court victory for Sir Owen Glenn in long-running litigation
High Court has ruled in favour of New Zealand businessman and philanthropist Sir Owen Glenn in the long-running Spartan litigation
HMRC raises record amount through inheritance tax in 2017/18
Inheritance tax figures released by the the UK Government show that the UK's tax agency HMRC reaped in 2017/18 a record ...
Global private wealth tops $200 trillion, offshore assets keep growing
Personal financial wealth grew by 12 percent in 2017 to $201.9 trillion, driven by the bull market environment in all major ...
UHY Hacker Young research shows 29 percent increase in tax collected by HMRC from HNWIs
HMRC collected an extra £1.2 billion of tax through investigations into High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs), representing a 29 percent increase ...
US tax reform - The implications for HNWIs and families abroad, some unexpected consequences 2
In the second in a series of articles by BDO's London-based private client US tax advisory team, it considers the recent ...
SRA figures show law firms at risk due to rise of money laundering and cybercrime
New statistics from the UK's Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) show that the risks posed to the public and law firms from ...
Number of non-doms paying tax in the UK falls by 23 percent
HMRC's latest statistics on non-domiciled taxpayer's show a 23 percent fall in non-domiciles paying tax in the UK
Butterfield strengthens trust presence in Asia with regional head hire
Butterfield Bank has appointed Brian Balleine as it's new regional head to drive their business growth in the Asia region
Wife remains in loveless marriage as Supreme Court rejects divorce bid - industry reaction
The Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed an appeal from Tini Owens to divorce her husband, Hugh Owens, which means she must ...
R&H Jersey makes director appointment
R&H Trust Co (Jersey) - a part of 2018 eprivateclient Top Trust Company - Rawlinson & Hunter - has hired Matthew ...