Planning for all eventualities: The use of 'common tragedy clauses' in wills
Richard Cousins, chief executive of Compass Group, died in a seaplane crash with his two sons, fiancee, and her daughter on ...
US tax reform - The implications for HNWIs and families abroad, some unexpected consequences 4
In a series of articles by BDO's London-based Private Client US Tax Advisory team, it considers the recent US Tax reform ...
BCLP hires partner from Irwin Mitchell to spearhead new London family asset protection team
International law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP) has hired Elizabeth Hicks from Irwin Mitchell to spearhead the firm's family asset ...
CEO killed in tragic seaplane accident changed will to leave fortune to Oxfam
A chief executive killed with his family in a seaplane crash in Australia changed his will only a year before he ...
Trusted advisers urged to prevent financial abuse of the elderly
Advisers and practitioners have a duty to perpetuate the conversation around financial abuse of the elderly and drive change with the ...
Mishcon de Reya takes legal steps against CRS and beneficial ownership registers
Law firm Mishcon de Reya has taken legal steps against the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) and the Beneficial Ownership registers in ...
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 ...
New report warns of looming incapacity crisis in the South East of UK
A worrying 97 percent of people living in the South East of the UK are leaving important health and welfare decisions ...
July people moves 2018
A run down of the top people moves in the private client sector in July 2018
Babyboomers: Helping children to get onto the property ladder
With home ownership amongst the younger generation becoming increasingly out of reach for all but a wealthy few, many are turning ...