Howard Bilton is Chairman and founder of The Sovereign Group – one of the world’s largest privately owned consultancies specialising in the provision of offshore trusts and companies and associated international tax advice- www.SovereignGroup.com. Howard holds a joint honours BA degree in classics and law from the University of Keele and is qualified as a Barrister and called to the Bars of England/Wales and Gibraltar. He currently lives and works in Hong Kong. He is a regular contributor of articles to The Telegraph and Financial Times. He is a visiting non-resident professor at Texas A and M University where he assists with their LLM and Masters degrees in International Tax and Offshore Centres. In 2003 he formed The Sovereign Art Foundation Limited which is a charity registered in Hong Kong, Singapore, Guernsey, South Africa and the UK. SAF has raised over US$6 million which has been used to help many thousands of disadvantaged children using art as a means of rehabilitation and education. He is the principal of Hillvalley Limited which makes since 2005 has been making wine in Portugal which is sold throughout the world under the “Howard’s Folly” brand name.
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Asia’s UNHW Community: Choosing a Jurisdiction for Life and Wealth Creating a new family office is a massive undertaking and the choice of jurisdiction is crucial, while choosing countries for alternative residence and citizenship are clearly important, but perhaps less all-encompassing, especially for the lower-cost options available. Asia’s growing ranks of ultra....
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Looking to the Future - Estate & Succession Planning and Asia’s Next Generations As the founder generations of Asia’s wealthy and uber-wealthy families and family dynasties increasingly seek guidance for wealth and estate transfer to the younger family g...
Looking to the Future - Estate & Succession Planning and Asia’s Next Generations
As the founder generations of Asia’s wealthy and uber-wealthy families and family dynasties increasingly seek guidance for wealth and estate transfer to the younger family g...