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 ...
Mistake as to tax consequences in Guernsey - Gresh v RBC Trust Company revisited
The Royal Court of Guernsey has considered the Guernsey law principles of equitable mistake for the first time since the seminal ...
'Shall we dance?'
When one is faced with a claim, the instinct is to fight, and as hard as you can. But for individuals ...
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, Payne ...
The importance of a current Will
Whilst one Inheritance Act case has dominated the headlines there has been another recent decision that should not be overlooked.....
The week on eprivateclient: New Quadrant Partners, Rawlinson & Hunter, Wedlake Bell and more...
A round-up of this week's top stories
'Genius' banker loses Court of Appeal divorce battle
A multi-millionaire banker who claimed to be a genius has lost the latest round in his £150 million divorce battle after ...
Laura Ashley boss to pay ex-wife divorce settlement of £64m
Khoo Kay Peng, the 78-year-old head of Laura Ashley has been ordered to pay his ex-wife £64 million to settle their ...
The week on eprivateclient: Intertrust, Mishcon de Reya, Saffery Champness and more...
A round-up of this week's top stories on eprivateclient
Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing - the end of the Londonderry principle?
Payne Hicks Beach's Rosamond McDowell examines the impact a recent case will have on the Londonderry principle