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The week on eprivateclient: Annual Trust Dinner, Equiom, London & Capital and more...
04/12/2017 , Will Sidery

A round up of the top stories on eprivateclient this week…


2017 eprivateclilent Top Trust Company Equiom appoints Peter Nagle as managing director to lead its strategy in Hong Kong, succeeding Jeremy Fearnley who becomes Equiom’s head of M&A and organic growth – Asia. Most recently, Mr Nagle served as global head of trust and fiduciary and compliance reporting products for Standard Chartered in Singapore


The Chief Ministers of Guernsey and Jersey concludes a series of meetings with decision-makers in Brussels, including the Ambassadors of four Member States - Germany, Austria, Portugal and Malta; the European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs, Pierre Moscovici; and Members of the European Parliament from the UK and Germany

UK law firm Harrison Drury hires Eve Carter as a director to head up its private client team, based in its Preston office. Ms Carter is a specialist in Court of Protection and mental capacity issues, and will advise clients and their families across the region. She joins from Linder Myers Solicitors and also has experience working for London and South West firm Foot Antsey

A 53-year-old former employee of HM Customs and Excise (HMC&E) and the Court Service of Northern Ireland who stole more than £170,000 in a VAT fraud, is jailed after an investigation by HMRC


Guernsey’s government approves a new fiscal measure designed to attract wealthy new residents to the island. New arrivals can take advantage of a lower tax cap of £50,000 per annum, for a maximum of four years, should they buy a property of more than £1.5 million

Following the engagement of Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle, Kelly Greig, a partner in Irwin Mitchell Private Wealth’s tax, trusts and estates team, highlights the tax benefits of getting married


This week saw the hosting of the inaugural eprivateclient Annual Trust Dinner at The Goring Hotel in London. The dinner was attended by 14 senior global figures from the trust sector and included speeches from Julius Baer International’s Alan Hooks and Matthew Haynes of First Names Group

A new offering from London & Capital (L&C) aimed at partners at law and accountancy firm provides potential clients with the bespoke and holistic services that other wealth managers have not offered previously, L&C’s Simon Tuck tells eprivateclient



Three specialist partners are joining Irwin Mitchell’s court of protection team in Manchester from rival law firm Slater & Gordon. The partners include Lucy Nicol, who joined on 13 November, as well as Damian Hodkinson and Gillian Hitchen who will join Irwin Mitchell early in 2018

According to new research the average Brit will needlessly spend £22,270 in their lifetime because of FOMO (fear of missing out). the study found that The findings revealed that 45 percent of women claim they get regular FOMO, compared to 37 percent of men

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