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Head of Private Wealth
Druces’ International Wealth and Fiduciary team provides services for individuals and families; family offices and trustees who require advice in connection with their UK and international interests.
We specialise in securing successful low profile outcomes for high profile families.
Our family office brochure introduces you to our full range of services and experience. However, we have outlined a brief description of some key services.
We advise high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs) and families on structuring their UK and international affairs with a high degree of tax efficiency. This includes advising on the associated corporate structuring. We are highly experienced in pre- and post-immigration planning services to ensure that clients are well prepared both before any move to the UK.
Our team is also able to advise on the employment and immigration considerations of moving to the UK, helping to select the right visa for you and your family, guiding you on the rules on working in the UK and employing staff, and the tax implications of UK residency.
We are also well known for advising families in relation to their UK real estate portfolios, whether residential, commercial or purely investment property. We structure families’ property portfolios and business affairs in the UK, advising on the most appropriate and tax efficient vehicles.
Our property credentials include pioneering work with real estate investment through syndication over 25 years ago. We also acted on the first ever REIT conversion to be listed on the Channel Islands Stock Exchange.
Head of Private Wealth
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