Australian individuals tax gap prompts action from ATO
The Australian income tax gap for individuals not in business was approximately 6.4 percent (AUS $8.7 billion) in 2014-15
46% increase in UHNWs and HNWs relocating to the UK in the last year - Collyer Bristow
The number of high and ultra-high net worth individuals applying to come and live in the UK on investor visas has ...
Demystifying the Insurance Distribution Directive - everything you need to know
Following the launch of the Insurance Distribution Directive, there has been confusion in the market that it requires intermediaries to use ...
America considered first choice for 80 percent of Chinese HNWs considering immigration - research
The Hurun Research Institute, in association with Visas Consulting Group has revealed that 90 percent of Chinese high net worth individuals ...
Newlyweds receive almost £700 in cash gifts but spend it on bills
British newlyweds receive £680.34 on average in cash gifts at their wedding, but the majority spend it on home improvements, household ...
Henley & Partners win rights to create Moldova citizenship-by-investment programme
Residency firm Henley & Partners has been awarded the public tender to design, implement, and internationally promote the Moldova citizenship-by-investment (MCBI) ...
Jersey trust law changes provide 'welcome clarity', Carey Olsen's head of trusts says
Updates published last month to Jersey's Trusts Law, which include "welcome clarity" surrounding the disclosure of information to beneficiaries, help to ...
Wrigleys makes series of promotions and hires to boost private client offering
UK private client law firm Wrigleys has made a string of partner promotions and two solicitor hires to bolster its Leeds ...
Civil Partnerships - for all or none?
The Supreme Court has unanimously allowed the appeal brought by Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan declaring that the Civil Partnership Act ...
Australian government to introduce changes to individual tax residency rules
The Australian Minister for revenue and financial services, Hon Kelly O'Dwyer MP, has welcomed an initial report of the Board of ...