Nancy has extensive experience in a wide range of offshore matters in both the private client area as well as the corporate sphere. In the private client context, Nancy advises ultra-high net worth families, family offices and intermediaries on all aspects of private client structuring including the use of trusts and foundations, as well as related corporate law issues (including where such vehicles are used for philanthropic purposes). She has considerable experience with high value and complex structures which enable the clients to retain a degree of control over their family assets and achieve effective succession planning. In the corporate area, Nancy is one of the only Jersey lawyers with specific experience in pensions and employee incentive arrangements (having previously worked for Ashurst in London). She is the chairperson of the Jersey Pensions Association and is working closely with the Jersey government to enhance Jersey's offering of end of service gratuity plans and international savings vehicles. Nancy also has considerable experience in regulatory matters affecting offshore vehicles and service providers, including FATCA, the common reporting standard (CRS) and data protection.She is fluent in English, Mandarin Chinese and Taiwanese.
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Wealth Planning & Structuring – an Evolving Priority in Asian Wealth Management Hubbis assembled an impressive group of experts for our November 12 Digital Dialogue for a fascinating discussion into the latest trends in, and outlook for, the world of wealth structuring and planning for Asia’s wealthy. The overriding theme is that the world of wealth structuring has seldom been....
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