UBS hits back at 'extremely superficial' trial verdict following French tax fraud fine
UBS have hit back at what it says is an "extremely superficial, inconsistent and contradictory" court judgment that saw it fined ...
Butterfield says Deutsche Bank trust deal behind income increase as related costs also go up
Butterfield Bank has reported that a $10.9 million increase in 2018 non-interest income was "due principally from increased trust fees as ...
Flybe to run first flights between Guernsey and Heathrow for 20 years
Short haul airline Flybe is set to operate a daily return between Guernsey and Heathrow from 31 March for a trial ...
Charles Russell Speechlys expands art law team with lateral partner hires from Boodle Hatfield
International law firm Charles Russell Speechlys is expanding its art law practice with the hire as partners of Tim Maxwell and ...
New COO at Equiom for UK offshore jurisdictions
International professional services provider Equiom has promoted Aidan Davin to the role of chief operating officer for its crown dependency offices, ...
UBS fined over EUR 4 billion in tax fraud case
UBS AG and UBS (France) SA have been found guilty by the French trial court of illicit solicitation and laundering of ...
The growth in importance of private capital may be observed in absolute or relative terms, argues Smith & Williamson partner, Rupert ...
Dow Schofield Watts launches tax consultancy arm
North of England-focused independent advisory firm Dow Schofield Watts has expanded its services with the launch of a new tax consultancy ...
North West UK-based law firm strengthens family team
UK law firm Aaron & Partners has strengthened its family team with the appointment of Katie Hughes-Beddows as solicitor
UK Government stats show trusts income has plunged by £500 million
The number of trusts and estates for which a full self-assessment (SA) are required has fallen to 156,500 in 2016-17 from ...