This course covers the UK tax issues that need to be considered when advising private clients who have an international element in their affairs. This area of law has undergone significant changes in recent years.
The course covers the law and best practice in relation to will preparation, enabling you to provide clients with technical, high-quality wills. By enhancing your client-facing skills, you will be able to offer your clients a holistic, comprehensive service that meets the highest levels of competence and professional standards.
This course aims to provide practitioners with the enhanced knowledge and skills required to deliver holistic advice in Scotland relating to wills and executries.
This course covers the core legal, tax and investment issues that overlap with estate planning, and enhances your ability to adopt a more integrated approach to your client work.
This course (delivered in conjunction with Rockwills Institute Pte Ltd) covers the core legal issues involved in financial and estate planning in Singapore.
This course covers the nature of money laundering (ML) and terrorist financing (TF), how the offences of ML/TF are committed, how money is laundered, initiatives to prevent its commission and the laws, regulations and best practice.
This course covers the evolution of the foundation concept, including how it should be set up and administered as well as the full range of its potential uses.
This course covers the most up-to-date developments in the industry, introducing you to the fundamentals of international trusts, trust operations and requirements in a global and local environment.
This course covers the most up-to-date developments in the industry, introducing you to some of the fundamental legal and practical matters involved in the administration of trusts and estates.
This online course provides the practitioners with an overview of the EU General Data Protection Regulation and its legal implications.
This innovative and engaging eLearning course has been designed to provide the busy practitioner with a comprehensive commentary on FATCA, CRS and other earlier and proposed AEOI initiatives.
This course is a specialist, industry-recognised qualification for those working in the private client field, particularly solicitors who regularly work with vulnerable clients or the Court of Protection.