2012 has started with many important
developments of interest to Jersey trust companies. How might they
affect you and your business? And what impact will they have
on Jersey as a jurisdiction?
Tax, trust and the UK government - we
will look at the UK's increasing focus on anti-avoidance and
offshore trusts, including whether new HMRC investigation powers
can be used to get information from offshore trustees.
Jersey foundations - as well as considering the Jersey market in 2012,
this session will take a closer look at how foundations have
fared since their introduction, considering their popularity, uses
and and some of the practical issues that have
Family governance - what are the latest trends
and how are fiduciary structures being used to
support family wealth preservation?
Jo Summers -
partner at PWT Advice specialising in legal advice on
pensions, personal taxation, employee benefits, wills and probate
David Dorgan - senior associate at Collas
Crill specialising in offshore trusts and foundations
Edward Stone - Collas Crill consultant and
offshore fiduciary architect
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This seminar should be of particular interest to trust, fiduciary
and wealth planning companies and practitioners, but will no doubt
be of wider interest to finance and accounting professionals, and
anyone interested in developments in Jersey's economic
COST: £25 per
DATE: Wednesday 18 April 2012
LOCATION: Royal Yacht Hotel
TIME: Registration and sandwiches from 12 noon.
Speakers start sharp at 12.30. Seminar closes by 2pm.