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    Private wealth and the Isle of Man

    Posted by Craig Brown on 9 October 2018


    Last week saw the launch of The Private Wealth & Private Client Review, Edition 7. This in-depth publication forms part of The Law Reviews series and features business-focused insight and analysis covering key industry trends as well as each of the world’s most significant jurisdictions.

    The content for each review is penned by carefully selected contributors who are experts in their field. Providing the chapter on the Isle of Man in this latest private wealth edition is our very own Craig Brown, Managing Director of First Names Group’s Isle of Man office.

    In his chapter, Craig begins with some background on the Isle of Man as a jurisdiction for private wealth and private client services, including insight into the island’s political system and legal framework. He then covers, in detail, a range of key topics including tax, succession planning, and wealth structuring and regulation. To read his chapter in full, please click below:

    Read Craig's Isle of Man chapter

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    Craig Brown is Managing Director of First Names Group in the Isle of Man and has over two decades of experience in the financial and fiduciary sectors. In his current role, Craig ensures that the multiple client services teams operating from our Manx office work together to consistently deliver the very best in trust and corporate solutions for our diverse international client base. He has particular expertise in asset protection, cross-border structuring and entrepreneurial business.

    This article has been issued by First Names Management Limited on behalf of certain companies that form part of First Names Group. The article has been prepared for general circulation to clients and intermediaries, and does not have regard to the particular circumstances or needs of any specific person who may read it. Nothing in this article constitutes legal, accounting, tax or investment advice.

    The information contained in this article has been compiled by First Names Management Limited and/or its affiliates from sources believed to be reliable, but no representation or warranty, express or implied is made to its accuracy, completeness or correctness. All opinions and estimates contained in this report are judgements as of the date of publication, and are provided in good faith but without legal responsibility.

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