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  1. You get what you give Steve Howells TEP, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. You get what you give. Businesses can do more to make the most of the technology at their disposal, writes Steve Howells.

  2. Cold comfort Richard Brown, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. Cold comfort. Richard Brown provides a Jersey perspective on the recent freezing injunctions against discretionary trusts by the…

  3. No shades of grey Beatriz Brockhurst, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. No shades of grey. Beatriz Brockhurst shares the findings of a STEP survey on the state of the offshore industry.

  4. Fixed for life Simon Gorbutt TEP and Gonzalo García Pérez, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. Fixed for life. Simon Gorbutt and Gonzalo García Pérez explain how portable insurance solutions can help address planning conc…

  5. The final chapter? Raul-Angelo Papotti TEP, .

    STEP Journal December 2016/January 2017. The final chapter? The Italian Supreme Court has recently issued a decision on the taxation of trusts, Raul-Angelo Papotti explai…

  6. Virtual becomes reality Sara Johns, .

    STEP Journal December 2016/January 2017. Virtual becomes reality. Virtual currencies’ trading value and volume continue to soar globally. Sara Johns discusses opportuni…

  7. The writing on the firewall Magnus Boyd, .

    STEP Journal December 2016/January 2017. The writing on the firewall. Data breaches are an increasing source of concern for all companies, especially those handling sensi…

  8. Liberté, égalité, privacy? Michael Khayat and Stanislas Pannetier, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. Liberté, égalité, privacy? The French Constitutional Court has issued judgment on the constitutionality of France’s public …

  9. Golden opportunity Rita Jardim and Julija Neves, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. Golden opportunity. For British citizens preparing for Brexit, Portugal’s citizenship and residence regime, including the ‘g…

  10. Mediterranean sea change Dr Anthony Cremona, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. Mediterranean sea change. Enduring powers of attorney have recently been introduced into Malta’s Civil Code, Dr Anthony Cremon…

  11. An American equitable renaissance? Hendrik G Milne, .

    STEP Trust Quarterly Review December 2016. An American equitable renaissance? The recent avalanche of American class actions against pension-plan trustees may bring about…

  12. Putting the CRS to rights Robert Mack TEP and Paul Bowen QC, .

    STEP Trust Quarterly Review December 2016. Putting the CRS to rights. The Cayman Islands Bill of Rights, which codifies certain fundamentals similar to those enshrined in…

  13. Franc assessment Frédérique Bensahel and Fabianne de Vos Burchart, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. Franc assessment. Frédérique Bensahel and Fabianne de Vos Burchart analyse proposed reforms to regulation of Swiss financial i…

  14. The power of information The Editors, .

    STEP Trust Quarterly Review December 2016. The power of information. Although 2016 is nearing its close, there’s still plenty to talk about in this edition, which cover…

  15. Fail to prevent? Prepare to fail Alan Winston Granwell et al, .

    STEP Trust Quarterly Review December 2016. Fail to prevent? Prepare to fail. The US and the UK are undertaking new criminal initiatives against facilitators of tax evasio…

  16. French connections Frédéric Mege TEP, .

    STEP Trust Quarterly Review December 2016. French connections. Using a trust to own French real estate does not particularly change the ownership situation in France rega…

  17. Mountain to climb Tina Wüstemann TEP, Andrew Garbarski and Aurélie Conrad Hari, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. Mountain to climb. Tina Wüstemann, Andrew Garbarski and Aurélie Conrad Hari summarise what foreign trustees need to know in r…

  18. Top of the class The Editor, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. Top of the class. STEP is pleased to announce the highest-scoring students from the 1 January to 30 June 2016 sittings across al…

  19. Better together Felicity Keller and Cécile Civiale Vuillier, .

    STEP Journal December 2016/January 2017. Better together. Felicity Keller and Cécile Civiale Vuillier, Co-Chairs of the newly formed Swiss and Liechtenstein STEP Federat…

  20. The Ghost of Tax Yet to Come Amanda Edwards, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. The Ghost of Tax Yet to Come. Amanda Edwards proposes an estate-themed epilogue to Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.

  21. STEP Journal December 2016/January 2017: Foreword Nicolas Dale TEP, .

    STEP Journal December 2016/January 2017: Foreword. The regional focus in this issue centres on Europe. It will be interesting to see how ‘Europe’ looks when STEP cele…

  22. Looking to the future Edward Buckland, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. Looking to the future. Edward Buckland reflects on his time as Chair of STEP as he reaches the end of his tenure.

  23. A step in the rights direction Richard Frimston, .

    STEP Journal: December 2016/January 2017. A step in the rights direction. Recent decisions of the French Constitutional Court and the UK Supreme Court put fundamental que…