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The week on eprivateclient: Frank Hirth, Ogier, RSM, Virtus Trust and more...
15/05/2017 , Will Sidery,

A look at the top stories featured on eprivateclient this week


Former eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 Laura Morel joins public relations company Direct Input (DI) as an account manager. Ms Morel, who was named a Top 35 in 2014 and 2015, joins DI after over 14 years working in the finance industry in Jersey, having held senior roles in funds, trust and corporate services throughout her career including roles at JTC Group, PraxisIFM and Nautilus Trust

Helped by the Brexit boom, the UK's richest 1,000 people saw a double-digit rise in their wealth last year, rising to a record £658 billion or by 14 percent, according to the latest Sunday Times richlist


eprivateclient Top 25 Trust Company Equiom announces the acquisition of Virtus Trust Group, a Guernsey headquartered trust and corporate services provider with a client base and a presence in the Cayman Islands, New Zealand, UK and the USA, where they have a US public trustee licence in the state of South Dakota

Frank Hirth appoints two private client tax directors to its board. Head of UK tax Sarah Farrow and tax adviser Michael Lewis officially joined the accountancy firm's board on 2 May 2017


Offshore law firm Ogier makes two private client partner hires, with James Campbell joining the firm in Jersey and Gavin Ferguson joins the firm in Guernsey. Mr Ferguson was previously managing partner of Appleby in Guernsey whilst Mr Campbell was a partner with Bedell Cristin in its Jersey office


In a note seen by eprivateclient, Virtus Trust’s Roddy Balfour set out the key elements from a client/adviser perspective of the acquisition of the firm by Equiom

Accountancy firm RSM strengthens its regional UK tax practice by appointing a new associate director in its Preston office and new director at its Manchester offering


A Russian billionaire is ordered to pay his estranged wife £453 million in a divorce settlement at London’s High Court, despite the husband’s attempts to argue that he had made a ‘special contribution’ to the union

US law firm Blank Rome adds former Withers lawyers David Moise and Jill Misener to its tax, benefits, and private client group in New York

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