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A Family Investment Company (FIC) is an option for individuals who are considering a wealth preservation and succession planning strategy.

 

FICs provide an alternative to trusts as they enable family wealth to be passed to future generations in a tax efficient manner whilst allowing the founder to retain significant control of the assets. As well as being tax efficient, the flexible structure also offers increased asset protection in relation to divorce proceedings and creditors.

For further information, please download our Briefing Note below.

Of Marie-Louise Hamilton: "she has a very good understanding of how to get succession right, and the need to manage family wealth over generations. She's a really good listener."

- Chambers & Partners

Family Investment Companies

Marie-Louise Hamilton View Biography

Marie-Louise Hamilton

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Leeds

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Elizabeth Pearson

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Leeds

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Marie-Louise Hamilton

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Leeds

Paul Colman View Biography

Paul Colman

Solicitor
Leeds

Sue Greaves View Biography

Sue Greaves

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Sheffield

Thomas Wainman View Biography

Thomas Wainman

Partner
Leeds

Extended Disqualification Rules for Academy Trustees and Senior Executives

From the 1 August 2018, important changes are being made to the automatic disqualification rules for charity trustees.

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Alien Invasion: Japanese Knotweed

This article considers the risks of allowing japanese knotweed to spread on your land and the steps which a landowner can take.

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When do Academy Trusts Need a Trading Subsidiary?

What circumstances mean an academy trust may need to set up a subsidiary company to carry out trading activity, in order to comply with charity law.

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Employment Breakfast Briefing - 7 August 2018

Date: 07 Aug 2018

Venue: Radisson Blu, Leeds

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Employment Breakfast Briefing - 16 October 2018

Date: 16 Oct 2018

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27th Annual Charity Governance Seminar

Date: 18 Oct 2018

Venue: Hilton Leeds City

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