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Journal of International Tax, Trust and Corporate Planning


"An invaluable source of succint articles that are always currently relevant and contain the "beginning, middle and end" that make them so useful."

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Managing Director, Rhone Trustees Ltd

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Journal of International Tax, Trust and Corporate Planning, available as a print or online subscription, is a vital resource for all professionals involved in this highly specialised and increasingly important area of international practice. Keep yourself abreast of the latest developments and techniques.

This journal provides a forum for the publication of high quality research material, analysis and commentary. From offshore tax planning and corporate tax residency to divorce litigation involving trusts and money laundering regulations, the journal goes beyond the headlines to deliver cutting edge insight in the fields of trusts and corporate planning.

 Provides in-depth analysis on the latest developments and thinking on:
  • International trusts and corporations
  • International litigation
  • Tax efficient asset-holding structures
  • Estate planning
  • Tax mitigation techniques
  • Commercial uses of offshore trusts and companies
  • Statutory and case-law changes
Journal of International Tax, Trust and Corporate Planning is an indispensable resource for:
  • Lawyers
  • Trust companies
  • Fiduciaries
  • Tax advisers
  • Financial advisers
  • Private bankers
  • Commercial banks
  • International accountants
  • Legal accountants
  • Legal academics
  • Government regulators
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Issue 2 2017


  • The dark side of transparency


  • Exchange of information and offshore income: recent trends in the Indian context - Bijal Ajinkya and Shabnam Shaikh 
  • Is nothing private? A consideration of trusts and confidentiality - Sally Edwards and Simon Lofthouse
  • Offshore companies owning UK residential property: new UK tax issues - Martin Palmer
  • Doing business, asset planning and investing in New Zealand - Henry Brandts-Giesen
  • The US section 385 regulations – significant changes to the classification of debt in cross-border transactions - Michael J Rinaldi, II, Lily L Tse and John M Walker 

Analysis of New Law

  • UBS AG v Revenue and Customs Commissioners; DB Group Services (UK) Ltd v Revenue and Customs Commissioners – purposive construction versus business purpose; has Ramsay come full circle? - Malcolm Frost

"An invaluable source of succinct articles that are always currently relevant and contain the "beginning, middle and end" that make them so useful."
Antonio Ribeiro, Managing Director, Rhone Trustees Ltd

“Articles in the Journal of International Tax, Trust and Corporate Planning invariably offer a detailed and impressive analysis of topical legal and financial issues from which professionals advising in those areas can really benefit.”

Jonathan Russen, QC, Maitland Chambers, London

The Journal is very useful to me as a practitioner;  it is one of the best  industry publications for analytical  discussion of case law, legislative developments structuring and best practices in the  international arena.”
Heather L. Thompson, Partner, Higgs & Johnson

General Editor

Ryan Myint, Taylor Wessing, UK

Contributing Editors

Katharina A Byrne, LexisPSL Private Client, London, UK
Adam Cloherty, XXIV Old Buildings, London, UK
John Dewhurst, Chown Dewhurst LLP, London, UK
Ian D Edge, 3 Paper Buildings and University of London, UK
Sally Edwards, Ogier, Jersey
David Goepel, Edwin Coe, London, UK
Matthew Guthrie, Mourant Ozannes, Guernsey
Richard Hay, Stikeman Elliott LLP, London, UK
The Hon Mr Justice David Hayton, Caribbean Court of Justice
Dr Willem Kuiper, Wilcotax BV, Almere, The Netherlands
Professor Andrea Moja, Assotrusts, Milan, Italy
Martin Palmer, Jordans Trust Company Ltd, Bristol, UK
Dr Natalie Peter, Staiger Schwald & Partner, Zurich, Switzerland
Tony Pursall, Mourant Ozannes, London, UK
Suzanne M. Reisman, Law Offices of Suzanne M. Reisman, London, UK
Olivier Sigg, Walder Wyss Ltd, Geneva, Switzerland
Dr Georg Tuppa, Law Office of Dr Georg Tuppa, Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Donovan Waters QC, Horne Coupar, Vancouver BC, Canada
Richard Wilson QC, Serle Court, London, UK

Assistant Editors

Benjamin Lister, Taylor Wessing, London, UK
James McGlaughlin, Farrer & Co LLP, London, UK
2017 Print Subscription Information
£160.00 + p&p
ISSN 1350-7605
4 issues per year

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