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One week left to nominate for eprivateclient's Top 35 Under 35 - join firms including EY, Farrer, BDO and Taylor Wessing 31/07/2015

The week on eprivateclient 27/07/2015
A look back at the popular stories on eprivateclient last week.

Two weeks left to nominate for eprivateclient's Top 35 Under 35 - join firms including Boodle Hatfield and R&H 24/07/2015

The week on eprivateclient 20/07/2015
A look at the stories featured on eprivateclient last week

Four weeks left to nominate for eprivateclient's Top 35 Under 35 - join firms including Rawlinson & Hunter and McDermott, Will & Emery 10/07/2015
Nominations for thewealthnet's sister publication eprivateclient's annual Top 35 Under 35, the definitive annual list of young private client practitioners, remain open

Is the model for wealth transition planning broken? 07/07/2015
The current failure rate for family wealth succession plans is a resounding 70 percent according to author and chartered accountant Emily Griffiths-Hamilton, who believes the answer lies in the model we currently use for wealth-transition planning.

Five weeks left to nominate for eprivateclient's Top 35 Under 35 - join firms including BDO and Farrer 03/07/2015
Nominations for eprivateclient's annual Top 35 Under 35, the definitive annual list of young private client practitioners, remain open.

The week on eprivateclient 15/06/2015
A round-up of some of the biggest stories on thewealthnet's sister publication eprivateclient last week

Azure Wealth: a London and Swiss based wealth management firm for the 21st century with a Sarikhani connection 12/06/2015
Deals involving offshore trust companies tend not to register on this writer’s radar, especially when the deal involves “an independent investor group led by two families that have 30 years of experience in building and operating in the trust, financial planning, advisory and regulatory sectors” (see thewealthnet 10/06/2015). But when one of the families fronting the investor group involved in acquiring Barclays offshore trust business turns out to be the Sarikhanis then the antennae start to quiver.

Barclays to sell offshore trust business 10/06/2015
As revealed on eprivateclient yesterday, Barclays has agreed to sell its offshore trust business to an independent investor group. The bank will continue to provide trust services in its onshore locations.

 
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