Private Foundations And Reserved Powers Trusts

People and assets increasingly cross international borders. Wealthy families are doing business and moving to places they might not have imagined a decade ago. They also own property and assets in a number of countries and often find themselves scattered across various jurisdictions. This mobility and ownership of foreign sitused assets have created a range of planning needs that were not prevalent,

People and assets increasingly cross international borders. Wealthy families are doing business and moving to places they might not have imagined a decade ago. They also own property and assets in a number of countries and often find themselves scattered across various jurisdictions. This mobility and ownership of foreign sitused assets have created a range of planning needs that were not prevalent, and for many, did not exist, in years gone by.

A growing number of wealthy individuals

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