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The week on eprivateclient: 2017 eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 revealed
11/09/2017 , Will Sidery

A look at the top stories on eprivateclient this week....

Monday

The 2017 eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 are revealed featuring 35 men and 35 women selected from almost 500 nominations

Tuesday

Offshore law firm Bedell Cristin appoints Tom Davies - a specialist advising on Jersey structures in relation to overseas real estate investment – as a partner in its London team whilst making nine promotions across its UK/UK offshore offering

Wednesday

The 5 October 2017 deadline for certain trusts to register on the UK’s new Trust Register is put back to 5 December 2017

2017 eprivateclient Top Law Firm Irwin Mitchell adds four new partners who will start in its London office in early September – including Wedlake Bell’s former head of residential property, Jeremy Raj

Thursday

Law firm Pemberton Greenish expands its transactions and private client offering by merging with central London practice Brice Droogleever & Co. The latter’s two-partner strong team will be integrated and fully operational with immediate effect

Trust company Accuro makes Jonathan Kirby its managing director in Geneva. Mr Kirby joined the former Salamanca Group trust arm in August last year as client service director from JTC Group where he was managing director of its Swiss business

Friday

2017 eprivateclient Top Trust Company Highvern appoints two client facing directors to its growing Jersey based private client offering

Berwin Leighton Paisner’s head of family asset protection - Marcus Dearle – and senior associate Ruben Sinha look at the increasing trend of substantial family companies and businesses coming under the microscope in the divorce courts and what wealthy individuals and their advisers can do to protect them

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