Taylor Wessing partner Andrew Goodman set to speak at WealthBriefing

Andrew Goodman, a partner in Taylor Wessing’s Private Client team, has been confirmed as part of the line-up for WealthBriefing’s upcoming Breakfast Briefing.

The panel session, taking place on 23 September at London’s Carlton Club, will look at wealth planning and if the future lies in onshore.

Goodman specialises in all aspects of personal tax and estate planning, particularly trusts, the structuring of family wealth and related litigation. He regularly acts for multinational families with cross-border investments and succession issues as well as professional trustees in Jersey, Guernsey, Bermuda and the Cayman Islands.

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