Wealth Planning for LatAm Families - 13 March 2020
Barbados Yacht Club
The Barbados Branch of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (“STEP”) invites you to the following event:
Mr. Robert Reymond, Tax Partner, Stikeman Elliott LLP, London
Topic: Wealth Planning for LatAm Families
- Private banking in Latin America
- Changing client objectives
- Wealth structuring: Pay tax?
- Information exchange and transparency: What’s next?
Light refreshments will be served.
STEP is the worldwide professional association for practitioners dealing with family inheritance and succession planning. The society helps to improve public understanding of the issues families face in this area and promotes education and high professional standards among its members. STEP has over 19,000 members across 80 jurisdictions from a broad range of professional backgrounds, including lawyers, accountants, trust specialists and other practitioners in this area. STEP members help families plan for their futures, specialising in a wide range of activities, from drafting a relatively simple will to more complex issues surrounding international families, protection of the vulnerable, family businesses and philanthropic giving.
A key component of STEP’s mandate is continued professional development to equip professionals to deal with the rapidly changing business environment.
STEP Barbados is pleased to offer you this topical and informative workshop.
Ms. Tara E. Frater Ms. Jacqueline Inniss
STEP Barbados Chair STEP Barbados Events Chair
Meet the Speaker
Mr. Robert Reymond is a partner specializing in Canadian and international tax law at the London office of Stikeman Elliott LLP.
Mr. Reymond advises financial institutions and high-net-worth families on international wealth structuring, with a focus on tax, information exchange and estate planning and the international regulatory environment, particularly for families in Canada, Latin America and Europe. He also advises on political risk mitigation strategies for international and in-country assets, on mergers and acquisitions in the trust and corporate service provider industries, and on Canadian transnational trust companies.
Mr. Reymond speaks regularly on international taxation and information exchange, particularly from a Canadian and Latin American perspective. He is a member of STEP and the Canadian Tax Foundation.