Editor: John Riches
The Private Wealth & Private Client Review provides an incisive global overview of the key legal and practical issues affecting the management of private client wealth. With a focus on recent developments, it examines the most consequential features of the regimes governing tax, succession and wealth structuring across major jurisdictions worldwide.
Editor: Robert Hunter
The Asset Tracing and Recovery Review is a practical overview of asset recovery rules and procedures across key jurisdictions worldwide. Focusing on recent developments, it examines the primary processes and limitations for following and tracing fraudulently appropriated property, with due regard to the relevant legal rights and remedies, issues surrounding seizure and evidence rules.
Editor: Thomas Janssens
Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights into legislation and regulators; scope of legislation; thresholds, triggers and approvals; notification and clearance timetable; substantive assessment; remedies and ancillary restraints; involvement of other parties or authorities; judicial review; enforcement record and reform proposals; and recent trends.
Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights, including into regulation and licensing; anti-money laundering and financial crime prevention requirements; client categorisation and protection; exchange controls and withdrawals; confidentiality; cross-border considerations; tax disclosure and reporting; asset-holding structures; types of contract, liability standards and mandatory legal provisions; disputes; and recent trends.
Editor: James H. Carter
The International Arbitration Review provides an analytical overview of what has occurred in each of the important arbitration jurisdictions during the past year, capturing recent developments while putting them in the context of each jurisdiction's legal arbitration structure and selecting the most important matters for comment.