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Global Elite - Rising Leaders Membinar Bite 2021


12 January 2021 - 12 January 2021





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Richard Laignel will join a panel to discuss the following:

UHNWIs have been “grounded” for a year. When the restrictions are lifted, what kind of movement can we expect to see? What is likely to motivate emigration and/or moving the residence or governing law of trusts?

- Anticipated tax landscapes
- Hearing from settlors/beneficiaries
- What really motivates people to move in practice?
- Comparative jurisdiction considerations (non-contentious) – reputation, compliance, CRS, economic substance, tax.
- Comparative jurisdiction considerations – forced heirship, asset protection, firewalls, reserved powers.



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