The Inheritance Tax perils of co-habitation for older couples
What do the Loch Ness Monster, Big Foot and "the common law spouse" have in common? None of them exist, explain ...
May People Moves 2017
A round-up of May 2017's people moves in the private client sector
Have your say on eprivateclient's Global Wealth Management Centres Survey
eprivateclient's Global Wealth Management Centres Survey remains open for professionals to let us know which jurisdictions they do business with and ...
Only five percent of Brits preparing for mental capacity issues in later life - Irwin Mitchell
Despite seven in 10 people saying they are worried about developing dementia, only five percent of the population have done any ...
Business owners are better prepared for wealth transfer says RBC research
Business owners are better prepared for wealth transfer than others says research from RBC Wealth Management
The Institute of Fundraising publishes guidance for charities regarding the EU GDPR and donors
On 25 May 2018 the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect in the UK. To help fundraisers ...
Powell and the perils of litigating
The recent case concerning the estate of David Powell is a salutary lesson to would be litigators in probate disputes, according ...
Dementia Awareness Week 14-20 May - UK law firm urges people to prepare against it now
Someone is diagnosed with dementia every three minutes in the UK. The Alzheimer's Society and 2017 eprivateclient Top Law Firm Cripps ...
Parents want control over their childrens' inheritance - Prudential
Parents want to control how the money they bequeath is spent by their children, according to new research from Prudential.
Market disruption and combating financial crime on agenda at annual Jersey wealth conference
How the international wealth management industry is responding to unprecedented market disruption, regulatory change and the rise of post-truth politics is ...