STEP Journal: May 2012

Tuesday, 01 May 2012

A look at trustees and divorce, focusing on the Cayman 'firewall' legislation.
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An overview of multi-jurisdictional divorce cases.
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The equal challenges of understanding trusts and foundations.
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The EU Saving Tax Directive from a trustee's perspective.
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How to meet the UK tax planning needs of the international client.
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A look at what Cyprus' amended international trust law has brought to the Island.
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Advanced Certificate in Family Business Advising aimed at anyone working or wishing to work with family businesses.
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The trust industry talks, so having a positive attitude is integral when parting ways with clients.
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HHJ Marshall QC's verdict in the case of SM v HM is big news in both the mental capacity world and the trust sector in general.
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Principal private residence relief in light of the recent UK case Hanson v HMRC.
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Financial planning tips to advisors with potentially vulnerable clients.
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A case where a couple's final intentions were overruled because of a simple admin error.
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From humble beginnings, STEP's mental capacity special interest group has expanded its geographic reach and seen membership rise.
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A review of Trust Taxation by Emma Chamberlain and Chris Whitehouse.
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What the future holds for Switzerland's private banking sector.
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Switzerland remains a jurisdiction for discreet estate planning for international family clients.
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The Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility (LDF) is still the best and cheapest choice for UK nationals.
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Trustees in Switzerland want AML auditors with a deeper understanding of trusts, according to a recent study.
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How the courts deal with inherited, pre-acquired and trust assets for a divorce in England and Wales.
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Ponzi schemes have been around for 92 years and are still going strong, it seems.
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Paul Tomlinson explores English divorce law and foreign parties: a foreign judgment would not automatically be enforced against a Jersey law trust - firewall provisions.
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27/11/2012

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