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 - ...
2018 eprivateclient Jersey Report out from today
Today sees the publication of the 2018 eprivateclient Jersey Report - a detailed overview of private wealth sector on Jersey and ...
Appleby Jersey acts in first winding up of a limited partnership
Appleby has acted in first winding up of a limited partnership by the Royal Court of Jersey under the Limited Partnerships ...
November people moves 2018
A round up of the private client sector's movers and shakers in November 2018
Intertrust makes senior management changes as part of ongoing restructuring
A restructuring at Intertrust will see a number of changes within the firm as it looks to expand its offering, eprivateclient ...
The domicile trap - Meghan Markle
It has been reported that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have instructed a firm of US financial consultants to advise ...
Moore Stephens research shows a quarter of non-doms plan on leaving the UK in the next year
A quarter (26 percent) of non-domiciled (non-doms) individuals are planning on leaving the UK in the next year with changes that ...
Establishing a purpose for setting up a family office is vital, says KPMG head of family office
The first step when working with clients who are setting up their own family office is establishing what the purpose of ...
Make way for China
Hong Kong and Chinese family offices have been funnelling money into British bricks and mortar for decades, snapping it up before ...
Connectivity is the key to generational issues in family offices, David Kilshaw explains
The key to generational issues in family offices is connectivity, David Kilshaw, a consultant and former partner at EY told attendees ...