3 key themes
Brexit, Information Exchange and the Changing Political Landscape:
- Information Exchange and The Future for the Isle of Man in the New World
- Isle of Man: Where Does the Future Lie for Trust Companies?
- Brexit & Ireland: An Overview of Legal and Tax Issues for Private Clients Relocating to Ireland
Recent Tax and Trusts Updates:
- Review of Recent International Trust Cases: Around the World Update
- UK Deemed Domicile & IHT on Residential Property: Post-Election Analysis
- Succession Planning
Structuring for Clients in the New World Order - The Direct Impact on Your Clients:
- Built to Last: Setting up Multi-Generational Structures in the Current World
- Reputation, Privacy Protection & Data Protection in the Digital Age
- Criminalisation of Offshore Tax Planning
Key Highlights Include:
Nicholas Holland, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery
Nicholas (Nick) Holland focuses his practice on contentious trusts and estates. He acts for trustees, protectors and beneficiaries, primarily in disputes involving offshore trusts. He has played a key role in litigation in the Cayman Islands, Jersey, Guernsey, the Isle of Man, British Virgin Islands, Singapore, Switzerland, Canada and the United States.
Nick is qualified as a lawyer in England and Wales, the Cayman Islands, British Columbia and Ontario. Chambers Global, Chambers UK, Who’s Who Legal, Citywealth and The Legal 500 rank him as one of the best lawyers in his field.
Key Sessions Include
Brexit & Ireland
The session will provide a comprehensive coverage and understanding of the legal and tax issues for private clients relocating to Ireland.
From practical immigration points on relocation to long term inheritance tax and succesion law issues, the session will provide you with a thorough understanding of the implictions of Brexit and whether Ireland is becoming increasingly more popular.
UK Deemed Domicile & IHT on Residential Property: Post-Election Analysis
- What's next in the budget and legislative process?
- What have we learnt since the election?
- What does this mean for individuals who became deemed domiciled in April 2017 and their trustees?
- What does this mean for individuals who will become deemed domiciled in April 2018 and their trustees?
- What should we be doing regarding residential property?
- What about the proposed changes to Business Investment Relief?
- Is the UK still attractive for resident non-domiciled individuals?
- Jonathan Conder, Partner, Macfarlanes