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Private Client Services
People and capital are crossing borders more readily than before, and so is the reach of tax authorities and legal enforcement. Securing an advisor that can offer you the range of financial and tax services you need in the jurisdictions where you have private and business connections is key.
Our Private Client Services offer personal, compliance and business tax planning services to owners, families, family businesses, private equity and asset management stakeholders as well as high net worth individuals.
In addition, we offer a wide variety of services that are associated with owning, managing and preserving businesses and wealth, including asset protection, family governance services, estate and succession planning, sensitive wealth transfers and philanthropic planning.
To help reduce the administrative hassles that often come with wealth, you can trust our network of more than 200 cross border tax professionals located in most major markets around the world, who are ready to help you effectively manage your global requirements.
Providing a holistic approach to legacy preservation
Our tax policy leaders in 32 jurisdictions identify key tax trends for the year ahead, including BEPS expectations.
This Guide contains estate tax planning systems and wealth transfer planning considerations of 38 countries.
This comprehensive reference guide provides at-a-glance and detailed information on tax legislation, compliance and risk information for family business owners and managers in 41 countries.
This guide summarizes personal tax systems and immigration rules for expatriates in 162 jurisdictions.