Serle Court & Maples Group: Cross-Border Private Client & Trusts Series - Webinar 1
Location: On Demand
Serle Court & Maples Group are pleased to launch a new series of 'Cross-Border Private Client & Trusts' webcasts. The first panel focusses on Trustee decision-making in light of Grand View v Wong and covers the following topics:
- Substratum and proper purpose trusts
- A modern approach to dispositive decision-making
- The impact of Braganza on fiduciary decision-making
- Practical tips for trustees
- Recent Public Trustee v Cooper blessing decisions
This session is chaired by John Machell QC (Serle Court) alongside speakers Jennifer Haywood (Serle Court), Ray Davern (Partner at Maples Group, London), and Alex Way (Of Counsel at Maples Group, London).
The panels are a virtual series of debate-style sessions addressing topics that are both current and controversial in the trusts industry in 2021. The series of webcasts will be of interest to lawyers, attorneys and solicitors (both onshore and offshore), trust management specialists and trustees.
Webinar 1, Trustee decision-making in light of Grand View v Wong is now available to watch on-demand. If you would like to receive the recording via email, please contact our BD team here to be added to our mailing list.
Alternatively, please sign up to the Serle Court Virtual Hub, and register your details to gain access to this webinar series, as well as other virtual content from our barristers.