Tracy Muller from the South Africa team explained the opportunities for structuring international assets, while Katie Bonfrer provided example case studies.
Rajah Abusrewil of Walkers (Guernsey) LLP goes through some of the key questions you should ask yourself and your family when creating a family office.
With so many service providers across the globe, what draws a family office to the Channel Islands to set up operations? Mary Humphreys explains.
A non-UK resident investor who disposes of large property interests in a collective investment vehicle may be subject to UK tax, as LTS TAX explains.
Frances Rimeur explains how family offices take many forms to look after the family’s bespoke wealth needs, often using trust and company structures.
Sharon Cleal discusses how the economic substance rules affect family offices, based in the Channel Islands, and what impact they have on the offices' activities.
Since millennials entered the workforce around the 2008 financial crisis, are they more cautious than the generations before them? Mary Humphreys discusses.
Mary Humphreys discussed how the financial crisis of 2008 shook finance centres worldwide, but it also paved the way for the rise of the family office.
They say there is nothing more certain in life than death and taxes. Matt Hutchison suggests regulatory change could be added to this list of certainties.