Private Client News
It’s early days, but one clear trend to emerge so far in 2015 is that Singapore is the place to be.
Withers has agreed a formal alliance with Singapore-based firm Khattar Wong as part of its strategy to expand in Asia.
Osborne Clarke has hired two new private client partners in a bid to re-launch its private client offering, which it previously scrapped in late 2013.
Bircham Dyson Bell (BDB) has announced the hire of Pinsent Masons’ former head of private wealth Karl Woolley as a partner.
RadcliffesLeBrasseur has signed a nine-year lease on 28,000 sq ft of office space in the old Reuters building at 85 Fleet Street.
Withers has entered the Australian private client market with the launch of a strategic alliance in Melbourne and Sydney, just months after it opened in San Francisco.
Private Client Briefings
Britons should protect their digital legacy when drawing up a will download subscription
People need to consider their digital legacy when drawing up a will. Only around 25% of online bank account holders have arranged for their details to be passed on.
Luxembourg’s advantages for companies considering locating their business here and insight into the country’s legal regime for enterprises.
Family lawyer explores the reality behind the latest divorce case headlines download subscription
Family lawyer Sue Andrews says sensationalised media reports about ex-wives having to go out to work must be put into context.
Private Client Analysis
Julian Ribet, Levison Meltzer Pigott
In our first in-depth look at our awards shortlisters, the private wealth contenders show how they have shined in the face of globalisation and tougher legislation
After the Withers fiasco, Speechly targets a more realistic link with Charles Russell