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 ...
Payne Hicks Beach expands its landed estates team with partner hire from Macfarlanes
London law firm, Payne Hicks Beach, has expanded its landed estates and agriculture team with the appointment of Simon Blackburn as ...
Guernsey courts endorsed for "big ticket" disputes
Guernsey's courts have been praised for the ability to handle "big ticket" private wealth cases by a London private wealth litigator
Fugitive former F1 team boss' London home can be repossessed by UBS, UK court rules
The High Court in London has ruled that UBS can take possession of the London mansion of Vijay Mallya, an Indian ...
OTS calls for UK inheritance tax laws to be less onerous and to become digital
The UK Office of Tax Simplification has stated that the process of inheritance tax must be made less onerous and needs ...
7IM research finds British adults reluctant to seek financial advice despite retirement worries
Just half (53 percent) of Britain's over-50s feel prepared for retirement and 38 percent actively worry about it, according to research ...
Italian Government launches new tax amnesty programme
A new tax amnesty programme has been launched in Italy by the new Government, which aims decrease controversies and scrap pending ...
2018 eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 leaves Frank Hirth for Deloitte
2018 eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 - John Sneddon - has joined Deloitte to work in the big four accountancy and ...
Tax fraudster's jail term extended for failing to pay back £75,000
A UK fraudster has been jailed for a second time for failing to pay back the £75,000 he stole in a ...
Guernsey becoming 'go-to place for family offices', private wealth forum told
Guernsey is increasingly being considered as a base for family office structures, David Bowen, head of Deloitte's private office consulting practice, ...