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  1. A poisoned mind David E Grant, .

    Some truths and misconceptions concerning fraudulent calumny

  2. Revenue ruling rumbles on Raul-Angelo Papotti and Lorenzo Ferro, .

    An analysis of direct and indirect taxation of trusts in Italy

  3. A profession in rude health The Editors, .

    This edition of the Trust Quarterly Review (TQR) explores the so-called rule in Hastings-Bass and the doctrine of mistake in Jersey; Connecticut’s new uniform trust leg…

  4. In with the new Carolyn A Reers, .

    An examination of Connecticut’s new trust law

  5. STEP News - Issue 1, 2020 The Editors, .

    Introducing your new-look STEP Journal Welcome to Issue 1 of the new-look STEP Journal. You will have read Editorial Board member Simon Rylatt TEP’s foreword, highlight…

  6. Beware hidden investment risks Paul Bailey and Dr Raymond Backreedy, .

    The recent collapse of a high-profile UK fund highlights the risks associated with individual investment funds. Most trustees appoint discretionary managers to select a p…

  7. Trust in philanthropy Sally Edwards, .

    The establishment of charitable trusts is a high-profile topic in Jersey at present, with the implementation of the next phase of the Charities (Jersey) Law 2014. However…

  8. To Jersey, with love Clara Hamon, .

    Clara Hamon reviews the Routier decision exempting a Jersey trust from paying inheritance tax on a gift of UK property

  9. The Israeli public trust Shai Dover, .

    Shai Dover explains the conduct and obligations of public trusts in Israel

  10. Shades of green Nick Murphy, .

    Nick Murphy explores important considerations when advising on impact investment portfolios

  11. Clause célèbre Shan Warnock-Smith QC, .

    Shân Warnock-Smith explores the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal’s landmark decision on anti-Bartlett clauses

  12. Does one size fit all? Alana Petraske, Gina M Pereira and Deidree Bain, .

    Alana Petraske, Gina M Pereira and Deidree Bain analyse increased transparency regimes for charities in the UK, Bermuda and the Bahamas

  13. Survival of the smartest Tony Hind and Chloë Sorda, .

    Tony Hind and Chloë Sorda discuss the growing need for more dynamic and enduring family office strategies

  14. Moral maze Neasa Coen, .

    Neasa Coen outlines considerations for charities in the UK when accepting, refusing and returning donations