STEP Journal: February 2014

Saturday, 01 February 2014

Martyn Gowar TEP is a partner at McDermott Will & Emery UK LLP and an editor of the Step Journal.
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Richard Frimston explains why residence can be habit-forming
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Dr Angelo Venardos has recently been elected to STEP’s Board. Here he speaks to Hannah Downie about his involvement in the Society and his ideas for its growth
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Businesses needn’t grind to a halt on death of the sole director and shareholder, explains Amanda Edwards
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John Harper considers how trustees should act when faced with a conflict of interest
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Val Cox outlines some key tactics for motivating your audience to do what you want.
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Marcus Leese reviews the opportunities, and cultural challenges, that Asia presents for practitioners.
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Richard Norridge reviews recent developments in Hong Kong probate disputes.
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Regula Huber profiles the Chinese family office client.
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Nisha Singh discusses Singapore’s implementation of FATCA and information exchange standards
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John W Hart reports on trust tax issues and trust law reform in New Zealand.
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Betsy Brill and Susan Winer outline how the philanthropic conversation is changing.
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Tanja Jegger considers the role of philanthropy in wealth management, and how it can be used to build a family’s social capital.
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Asher Dovev on the obstacles to establishing a family charitable foundation in Israel.
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Ros Harwood discusses the practical difficulties of setting up a foundation in England and Wales.
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David Harvey urges advisors to ask clients ‘the giving question’ and reap the rewards.
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William H Newton, III explains how the right approach to domestication of a foreign situs trust can minimise US tax consequences
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Franck Cera discusses an alternative to the trust that has been making a comeback in Luxembourg.
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Marc Renggli provides an overview of the Swiss tax regime and its cantonal variations.
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Pamela Pitcher offers some tips for successful business development.
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Stephen Green considers bequests to employees in the UK.
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Graeme Fraser and Alasdair Loudon compare and contrast the rights of cohabitants in England and Wales, and Scotland.
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Patrick Connolly outlines the problems that have emerged from the UK government’s pension auto-enrolment scheme.
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Tom Glanville assesses the options for trustees of trusts operating under the law of England and Wales with a low-risk attitude to investment.
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Andrew Kidd reviews the 4th edition of Elderly Clients: A Precedent Manual, a book by Denzil Lush and Caroline Bielanska.
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Paul Seal explains when private residence relief on capital gains tax is available in the UK
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