Trust Training Certificate (TTC) - Unit 7: Trusts Jurisdiction Comparison

Trust Training Certificate (TTC) - Unit 7: Trusts Jurisdiction Comparison

           

Overview

This is Unit 7 of the training programme in pursuing the "Trust Training Certificate".

It provides an overview of how the HK Trust legislations compared with other major jurisdictions.

For the topics to cover, please refer to the content section below.

If the participant is intended to pursue the "Trust Training Certificate", he / she is required to take "TTC Unit 1: Types of Trusts" and "TTC Unit 2: Types of Trusts and When Appropriate" prior to attending this course.

Content

International comparison on Trusts

Comparison of jurisdictions with comments/differences:

  1. Hong Kong
  2. Singapore
  3. United Kingdom
  4. British Virgin Islands
  5. Cayman Islands
  6. United States
  7. Channel Islands
  8. Canada
  9. PRC trust law

Who should attend

This course is primarily targeted to those who would like to pursue the "Trust Training Certificate" in order to apply for the Hong Kong Trustees' Association Certified Trust Practitioner™ designation.

It is also relevant to those who would like to gain a solid understanding of the course subject matter and / or those who plan to enter into the Trust industry sector.

Speaker/Course Instructor

Mark LEA
Mark was educated in England and was qualified as a solicitor in 1970 in London. Since 1971, Mark has been concerned with international estate planning and structure and international comparative taxation. Having been a partner and then Chairman in one of the UK's most successful provincial law firms, he moved permanently to Asia and was admitted to practice as a solicitor in Hong Kong in 1995. Mark is active in providing advisory works both to governments and families with international members. Mark advised the Government of Singapore with regard to the Trustees Act of Singapore. He originated the proposals for changes to the Trust Law of Hong Kong and advised on such changes. He advised the Malaysian Government on changes to the laws of Labuan, including Trust Law, Foundations Law and Limited Partnership Law. He remains an international adviser to that government. He advised the Government of Samoa on and has drafted new Trust Law, new Foundations Law and a new Trustee Companies Bill and has advised on and drafted changes to other relevant laws in consequence. Mark taught a course on international estate planning, including the use of trusts and foundations, as Adjunct Professor of Law at the National University of Singapore for 10 years. He is teaching a similar course in Samoa.

Details

Code
TQRCR19006301
Date & Time
Tuesday, 26 Mar 2019 (6:00PM - 9:00PM)
Venue
HKSI Institute Training Centre
Language
English
Level
Introductory
Hours
SFC:3.0, PWMA:3.0
Fees
All (Member & Non-Member): HK$2500