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Beware the taint

 
Tainting will be a major theme for trust practitioners under the new HMRC rules for offshore trusts. At the recent BL Guernsey Trusts Conference Moore Stephens’ Hazel Johnson joined Carolyn Steppler from EY to discuss issues for tax and taxation in the world of trusts.
 

Changing world for trusts

How will global demographics affect the trust industry? That was the question posed by Andrew Holden of XXIV Old Buildings at the recent BL Guernsey Trusts Conference. Headline information on demographics shows a population explosion around the world and, significantly, more people now live in urban than rural areas.
 

Red flags

Trustees have a duty of care to their clients, and this is never more pressing than when discussing the issue of fraud and the financial abuse of the vulnerable. Professor Robin Jacoby of Oxford University addressed the recent BL Guernsey Trusts Conference on this topic, comparing practice in the trust sector with that of the act of making a will.

Is the clock ticking for trusts?

Are trusts a thing of the past or can they adapt and thrive in the new international finance landscape? This was the topic for debate at the recent BL Guernsey Trusts Conference, and the subject of the first panel event featuring lawyers from Walkers and Mourant Ozannes alongside senior tax manager Paul Beale of KPMG.
 

Profile: Angus Taylor

Our Head of Trust & Corporate, Angus Taylor was recently interviewed by Moore Stephens London’s Family Office publication, Wealth Wise. He told them how he is keen to serve more international clients from around the world.
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