22nd Annual International Wealth Transfer Practice Conference

6 Mar - 7 Mar 2017

Claridge’s Hotel

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Breakfast roundtable discussion: The new migration period – clients moving assets in a new era of anti-money laundering initiatives
Claridge’s Hotel


Family Law Committee (Lead)
Legal Practice Division (Lead)
Private Client Tax Committee (Lead)
Taxation Section (Lead)
European Regional Forum


Clients are concerned about their privacy in a new era of global transparency and anti-money laundering initiatives. They fear abuse by government and don’t trust the security of the automatic data exchange in light of never-ending news about data leaks and hacking. Some clients wish to move themselves or their assets to a ‘safer jurisdiction’. Is there such a thing, and if so, what are the obstacles for the clients and their advisors?


Alessandro Bavila Maisto e Associati, Milan, Italy
Inbal Faibish Wassmer Goldfarb Gross Seligman, Zürich, Switzerland; Regional Representative Middle East, Private Client Tax Committee
Aureliano Gonzalez-Baz Bryan Gonzalez Vargas & Gonzalez Baz, Mexico City, Mexico
James Paladino J.D. South Dakota Trust Company, New York, New York, USA; Corporate Counsel Forum Liaison Officer, Private Client Tax Committee
Natalie Peter Blum & Grob Attorneys at Law Ltd, Zürich, Switzerland; Publication and Newsletter Editor, Private Client Tax Committee
Maximilian Riederer von Paar Rubin Winston Diercks Harris & Cooke LLP, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Wim Vermeulen Cazimir, Diegem, Belgium
Babetta Von Albertini Withers Bergman LLP, New York, New York, USA