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  1. You win some, you choose some Dora Clarke, Michelle B Graham, Hannah Bond and Helen S Cheng, .

    STEP Journal February 2017. You win some, you choose some. How the choice-of-law election under Brussels IV can impact US and UK testators.

  2. Once the trust has settled... Nicole Booth, .

    STEP Journal February 2017. Once the trust has settled... A guide for trustees on updated UK non-domiciled tax rules, by Nicole Booth.

  3. The lion’s share André Reboh TEP, .

    STEP Journal February 2017. The lion’s share. André Reboh highlights the benefits of establishing a Singapore holding company.

  4. Winds of change Patricia Wass TEP, .

    STEP Journal February 2017. Winds of change. Worldwide Chair Patricia Wass looks ahead to the next 12 months – and beyond.

  5. Freedom to Rome Nicola Saccardo TEP, .

    STEP Journal February 2017. Freedom to Rome. Nicola Saccardo explains the new tax regime designed to encourage high-net-worth individuals to transfer their tax residence …

  6. The view from the top Hannah Downie, .

    STEP Journal December 2016/January 2017. The view from the top. Working with high-growth entrepreneurs brings a series of unique challenges for advisors. Succession plann…

  7. A sorry estate Ray Magill, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. A sorry estate. Ray Magill highlights how often-overlooked provisions in the UK Finance Act 1986 can lead to disproportionate in…

  8. Russian toll Ekaterina Lazorina and Diana Kalyaeva TEP, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. Russian toll. Amendments introduced in February 2016 prompt Ekaterina Lazorina and Diana Kalyaeva to review Russia’s controlle…

  9. TQR: Something old, something new The Editor, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. TQR: Something old, something new. Below is a sampler of the latest Trust Quarterly Review (volume 14, issue 3, 2016), published…