CAPITAL talk – private wealth in a podcast; hosted by James Quarmby, who examines the important topical issues facing the private wealth industry by way of searching interviews with key policy experts, practitioners and thought leaders.
British Overseas Territories adopt public ownership registers – is this the end of privacy as we know it?
James Quarmby is joined by Bernadette Carey and Keith Robinson (both of Carey Olsen) to discuss the decision of nine British overseas territories to introduce public registers of beneficial ownership of companies and how this will affect rights to privacy. We also discover some novel ways to cope during lockdown.
Offshore lockdown! – what does the pandemic mean for the UK’s overseas territories
In this edition James, in conversation with Geoff Cook, former CEO of Jersey Finance, explores how the double-whammy of the pandemic and Brexit will affect the UK’s relationship with its overseas territories. Is it all doom and gloom, or is there a realistic opportunity of a ‘new dawn’?
The EU’s blacklist what is the EU’s strategy, how does the list operate and where will it leave the offshore finance centres
In a fascinating interview, James explores this highly topical issue with Richard Hay, who explains the EU’s strategy and why he thinks that “regulation is the new warfare”.
When do our clients need bodyguards?
In this episode, James Quarmby explores with Kate Bright, licensed bodyguard and founder of UMBRA International, the world of personal security in all its forms and when clients may need to consider personal protection.
The future of ‘offshore’ finance industry: is there a future and, if so, what will it look like?
In this episode James Quarmby discusses with Simon Filmer, global lead of company formation at Vistra, the prospects for the offshore finance industry generally, including the rise of ‘mid-shore’ jurisdictions, such as Dubai and Hong Kong.
Labour’s tax plans: wealth taxes, gift taxes, exchange controls – what should we expect?
James Quarmby, in conversation with tax policy expert Oliver Cooper, explores the Labour Party’s tax policies – both public and private - and how they might affect HNWIs. Oliver also tells us all about his favourite cheese and what this tells us about Brexit.
This is essential listening for my whole team. I download it and listen on my way to the office. James Quarmby is a great presenter. More please.