Guernsey sees philanthropic business growth, says Carey Olson
Charitable and philanthropic structures are emerging as a sizeable new stream of business for the legal sector and other professional service ...
Who owns the wealth in 'tax havens'?
The equivalent of about 10 percent of globally GDP is held offshore globally, ranging from a few percent of GDP ...
Nearly half of family offices are not prepared for wealth transfer says UBS research
The composite global portfolio of family offices returned seven percent in 2016, according to a report by Campden Wealth Research in ...
Family companies under attack in divorce courts: Are you missing a trick?
An increasing number of substantial family companies and businesses come under the microscope in the divorce courts. Why are these companies ...
Former PAM Panel member launches charity specialist consultancy
Edward Jewson has launched Portfolio Manager Consultancy Ltd (PMCL), which aims to help charity trustees achieve the best from their investment ...
Recommendations in Scottish tax review contain 'winners and losers'
A review group appointed by the government on reforms to the business rates system in Scotland should be based on "compliance, ...
In perpetuity or limited lifespan: How do philanthropists decide the longevity of their giving
In recent years, philanthropy leaders have engaged in an increasing number of debates about the advantages or disadvantages of philanthropic funds ...
July People Moves 2017
A round-up of the people moves reported by eprivateclient last month
Coutts reignites partnership with children's charity after 200 years
Coutts has chosen children's charity Coram as its new partner -reigniting a collaboration going back over 200 years
Q&A with Ogier's Gavin Ferguson - the development of the use and role of protectors
Recent Royal Court judgments have clarified the position of protectors in Guernsey trusts law. In this Q&A, partner Gavin Ferguson from ...