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The New Breed Of International Family
As fiduciary professionals, we are operating in a rapidly evolving world of international families and ownership structures; one where international regulation and compliance requirements become increasingly complex just as clients become more global in their outlook.
Guernsey
5 Aug 2019
2
Why All Guernsey Homeowners Need To Make A Will
Over the last ten years significant changes have been made to Guernsey's laws of succession, the effects of which may be overlooked by some homeowners.
Guernsey
11 Dec 2018
3
Hybrid Or Non-Charitable Purpose Trusts
The purpose of this briefing note is to set out some of the benefits of Guernsey purpose trusts, whether hybrid or non-charitable
Guernsey
29 Oct 2018
4
The Problem Facing Trustees In Identifying Beneficiaries In An Age Of Genetics
While it is commonly believed that the law of trusts dates back to the Middle Ages, the concept is far older and can be found in a number of cultures.
Guernsey
12 Sep 2018
5
Careless Talk Costs - You Never Know Who's Reading
When negotiating difficult trust matters, candid correspondence can lower temperatures and enable parties to work constructively to resolve disputes.
Guernsey
28 Feb 2018
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New Street Management Acquires Liberation Management
New Street, an owner-managed business, has grown steadily since its launch in 2014.
Guernsey
26 Jul 2017
7
Complex Family Requirements Are Well Met By Guernsey Fiduciaries
Saffery Champness Director Lisa Vizia discusses the merits of Guernsey fiduciaries helping family offices with complex requirements.
Guernsey
3 Jul 2017
8
Structuring Trends In Guernsey For Middle Eastern Clients
Last year was another busy one for Guernsey, with fiduciary work derived from the Middle East reach¬ing an all-time peak.
Guernsey
28 Jun 2017
9
Where There's A Will There's A Way (Wills For Non-Residents)
It is quite common for non-residents of the Island to own either real property (houses and land) in Guernsey or have personal estate (eg bank accounts, investments and share portfolios) here.
Guernsey
24 May 2017
10
Probate In Guernsey
"Probate" is a term commonly used as a generalisation for what ought more properly to be called a "Grant of Representation".
Guernsey
23 May 2017
11
Altered Regulatory Landscape Makes Family Office Location Vital
Guernsey, as one of the very few jurisdictions in the world to regulate trust and company service providers, is one of those reputable finance centres they can choose from.
Guernsey
19 May 2017
12
Potential Non-Dom Solutions: QNUPS
The new rules will mean that IHT is charged on all UK residential property,
Guernsey
6 Feb 2017
13
Chinese Family Office Learns From Guernsey
A delegation from the Shanghai-based Griffin Plutus Family Office has completed a bespoke fiduciary qualification while on a week-long trip to Guernsey to meet with service providers from the island.
Guernsey
14 Oct 2016
14
Distribution Of Trust Assets – The Court's Blessing In Times Of Unrest
The last surviving Settlor died in July 2015 and there was an unfortunate family dispute between R1 and the other beneficiaries.
Guernsey
26 Jul 2016
15
Will The Court Always Have A Trustee's Back?
In a recent judgment, a trustee requested the Guernsey Court's blessing to distribute the assets of the trust in accordance with a letter of wishes in order to limit any future challenge of the trustee's decision.
Guernsey
12 Jul 2016
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The Evolution Of Private Wealth Structuring – What Guernsey Has To Offer
Andrew Walters and Michael Betley of Trust Corporation International on the evolution of Guernsey's private wealth industry and its structures.
Guernsey
14 Jun 2016
17
Guernsey's Fiduciary Sector – Always Looking To The Future
Kerrie Le Tissier of Collas Crill in Guernsey on why clients choose Guernsey because of its sensible and robust estate and succession planning offering.
Guernsey
14 Jun 2016
18
What's Mine Is Mine: The Application Of The Sharing Principle To Non-Matrimonial Assets
Enduring divorce and civil partnership dissolution may be painful, but for some couples, the process of resolving their financial differences is agony, made all the more harrowing by the uncertainties caused by the discretionary nature of the exercise of the court's power.
Guernsey
16 May 2016
19
Changes To The Guernsey Maternity Leave And Adoption Leave Ordinance
Have you updated your staff handbook and procedures to reflect the new maternity and adoption provisions?
Guernsey
9 May 2016
20
Protecting A Trust
Issues relevant to trust protectors have become a relatively hot topic offshore and entire books have, and no doubt will, be written on protectors.
Guernsey
18 Mar 2016
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