Estate planning

The debate over citizenship by investment programmes

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The debate over citizenship by investment programmes The company Kleindienst Group announced that investors who purchase certain properties in the UAE project “The Heart of Europe” will become eligible for

Taxation in Georgia

By |Doing business international, Estate planning|

Taxation in Georgia Georgia, a country in the Caucasus region, is located on a crossroad between European and Asian markets. Due to Georgia’s business advantages, such as a low-cost workforce,

Will UK tax your castle?

By |Estate planning, Living|

The UK considers introducing a mansion tax which will target the properties that are worth more than £2 million. The owners of such properties will be obliged to pay an

Luxembourg announces tax amnesty plan

By |Doing business international, Estate planning, Living|

Luxembourg has recently announced its first tax amnesty plan for undeclared income. The temporary tax amnesty scheme for 2016-2017 aims at “laundering” tax evaders and regulating “assets and income held

Dubai launches Wills and probate registry

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Dubai launches Wills and probate registry Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) launched a Wills and Probate Registry based on common law. The Registry aims at simplifying the distribution of assets

Panamanian Private Interest Foundation

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The Panamanian Private Interest Foundation is affordable, discreet, flexible and can be a very good planning tool in the context of estate planning. As is generally known, the Panamanian Private

Austrian Foundation

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Introduction Two decades ago, the Austrian government wanted to provide an excellent instrument which could support the preservation and the accumulation of wealth for the benefit of a family. Subsequently,

Protectors of a trust

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Introduction A protector is a person who is given administrative or dispositive powers under the terms of a trust instrument, not exclusively for his own benefit. The main difference between

Laws defining the jurisdiction of Swiss courts…

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Laws defining the jurisdiction of Swiss courts in proceedings against Swiss domiciled trustees 1.     Introduction In 2005, Switzerland ratified the Hague Convention on the Law Applicable to Trusts (The

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