Demand necessitates additional session
Due to popular demand, the Association of Corporate Service Providers has arranged a repeat session of the seminar with Julia Rosenbloom.
She's the Head of Private Client Tax Services at the accountancy, investment management and tax group Smith & Williamson.
An afternoon session on Tuesday, February 16 has been organised, after the lunchtime event was fully subscribed.
Sponsored by DQ Advocates, the seminar is titled, ‘Major changes for non-UK domiciled individuals and for UK property holding structures – the must-knows for offshore fiduciaries’.
It will examine changes announced in the 2015 UK budget, many of which are set to take effect from April 2017, and will outline what actions offshore fiduciaries should consider taking in response.
The seminar will be at the Upper Hall, Loch Promenade Church, Douglas, with registration at 2pm for a 2.30pm prompt start.
Subject to the number of questions and contributions from the audience, the session is expected to finish at around 3.30pm.