SRA research on trainee salaries shows numbers up but ethnic and gender pay disparities remain
Research by the UK's Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has shown that since the removal of the minimum trainee salary, trainee numbers ...
81 percent of millennials would relocate up to 4,000 miles for work, research finds
Feeling homesick does not seem to be a problem for most millennials, as new research from mobile current account Monese has ...
Private client advisers: It's all about relationships
The skills required to be a private client adviser are changing, with an emphasis now on understanding the human capital involved, ...
HMRC launches tax education programme in Welsh
A free education programme from HMRC offering a simple introduction to tax for primary school children is now available for Welsh ...
Calling all hot shots! PAM Insight launches annual charity clay pigeon shoot
PAM Insight is launching an annual charity clay pigeon shooting day on the 11th May 2018, at Holland & Holland Shooting ...
Without 'robot tax' there will be global economic disruption, University of Surrey lawyers warn
Without the creation of a "robot tax" there will be global economic disruption at a scale never seen in modern history, ...
KPMG's Greg Limb explains the importance of building a legacy as a leader
Private wealth practitioners in leadership roles should endeavour to leave a legacy in place for successors to build on when they ...
No longer a 'universal solution' for trustees in multi jurisdictional world, trust dinner hears
Trustees can no longer offer a universal solution that can be used in any jurisdiction and country specific offerings are critical ...
Communication is key to growing business, Sanlam UK private office head tells Annual Law Dinner
Good communication is fundamental to growing business, chief executive of Sanlam UK's private office Penny Lovell told eprivateclient Annual Law Dinner ...
The key ingredient to success is people, senior TA Para tells Annual Law Dinner attendees
The key ingredient to a successful business is people according to Ranald Munro, general counsel at Lombard International Assurance