Knowledge pool: why you should attend the Contentious Trusts and Estates SIG Half-Day Conference

The Contentious Trusts and Estates SIG Half-Day conference is designed to appeal to litigators interested in the latest cases in the field. It’s also relevant to non-contentious practitioners wishing to avoid problems in the future.  It will feature leading speakers, in many cases with a direct involvement in the cases considered. Nicholas Le Poidevin QC of… Read More Knowledge pool: why you should attend the Contentious Trusts and Estates SIG Half-Day Conference

STEP Wealth Structuring News Digest wrap-up – October’s top stories

Welcome to the wrap-up of the top ten most popular stories in the STEP Wealth Structuring News Digest throughout October. In case you missed them, here are the worldwide industry news stories most viewed by our readers. IFCS group publishes new trust regulation standards: The Group of International Finance Centre Supervisors has issued a new standard on the regulation… Read More STEP Wealth Structuring News Digest wrap-up – October’s top stories

STEP UK News Digest wrap-up – October’s top stories

Head in the clouds? Missed key recent industry news? Welcome to the wrap-up of the top ten most popular stories in the STEP online Digests throughout October as clicked by our readers. Charity loses challenge to executors’ interpretation of nil-rate band: The executors of Valerie Smith were entitled to interpret the expression ‘nil-rate band’ in her will… Read More STEP UK News Digest wrap-up – October’s top stories

Business, family and ownership: working in three dimensions

The Family Firm Institute annual conference is a mixing pot of those who advise family businesses and business families – family counsellors, management  consultants, mediators, accountants, lawyers, psychiatrists, psychologists, academic commentators, a good few family members and, interestingly, consultants who have come from businesses, families. A good few of the above are TEPs. This year’s… Read More Business, family and ownership: working in three dimensions