Meeting/Seminar

Cross-Border Estate and Succession Planning: China, Hong Kong and Singapore - 4 October 2017

Hosted by
Cross-Border Estates Special Interest Group
Event type
Meeting/Seminar
Venue
STEP Offices, 7th Floor
Address
Artillery House South
11-19 Artillery Row
London
SW1P 1RT
Country
United Kingdom
Date
4 October 2017
Time
17.45 Arrival and registration, 18.15-19.35 Presentations and Panel Discussion; 19.35-20.45 Networking reception; 20.45 Close
Description

Topics to be covered include:

1. Matrimonial Property Regime

  • Community property, marital property, and separate property
  • Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements
  • Implications on wealth planning

2. Succession Laws

  • Will and lifetime trust planning
  • Intestacy rules
  • Relevance of domicile position
  • Conflict of law issues
  • Common pitfalls

3. Cross-border probate and estate administration

  • Legal requirements and practical concerns
  • Best Practice

4. Tax efficiency

  • Tax issues to consider in holding assets, making investments and engaging in wealth planning
  • Common types of structuring
  • Considerations for achieving a tax efficient structure

Speakers:

  • Judith Ingham TEP, Partner – Wealth Planning & Tax, Withers LLP
  • Katie Graves TEP, Partner – Private Client & Tax, Withers LLP – Hong Kong
  • Chua Yee Hoong, Partner - Private Client & Tax, WithersKhattarWong - Singapore
  • Wei Zhang, Partner – Private Client & Tax, Withers LLP – Hong Kong
CPD
1
Cost:
STEP Cross-Border Estates SIG Member - GBP - 45.00
STEP Member - GBP - 60.00
Non-member - GBP - 75.00
Contact
Special Interest Groups Team
Contact phone
+44 (0)20 3752 3734 / 35
Contact email
sigs@step.org
Details
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Register Add to Calendar events/cross-border-estate-and-succession-planning-china-hong-kong-and-singapore-4-october-2017 04/10/2017 17.45 04/10/2017 Arriv STEP Offices, 7th Floor, Artillery House South, 11-19 Artillery Row, London, SW1P 1RT Cross-Border Estates Special Interest Group Cross-Border Estate and Succession Planning: China, Hong Kong and Singapore - 4 October 2017 Topics to be covered include: 1. Matrimonial Property Regime Community property, marital property, and separate property Pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements Implications on wealth planning 2. Succession Laws Will and lifetime trust planning Intestacy rules Relevance of domicile position Conflict of law issues Common pitfalls 3. Cross-border probate and estate administration Hosted by: Cross-Border Estates Special Interest Group. Contact: Special Interest Groups Team. Contact phone: +44 (0)20 3752 3734 / 35. Contact email: sigs@step.org