The fiduciary services team comprises an international trust business. It offers a comprehensive service across key financial jurisdictions, working closely with the legal and tax team to put into effect various planning strategies and structures. Our fiduciary and trust expertise is supported by the Jirehouse group companies as well as a network of external service providers. The team has service operations in London, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Nevis and the Netherlands. Except for the trust practice in London, these are separate and independent businesses regulated overseas, which do not provide legal services and are not regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
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8 John Street
+44 20 7269 5040
4 Avenue de l’Avant-Poste
+41 21 311 8148
9 Springates East
+1 869 469 4462
10a, Rue Henri M Schnadt
Dr. Willem Dreesweg 2
1st Fl. South Wing
1185 VB Amstelveen
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Our policy is to provide equality to all in employment, irrespective of gender, race, ethnic origin, disability, age, nationality, national origin, sexuality, religion or belief, marital status and social class. We oppose all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination.
Selection for employment or engagement, promotion, training or any other benefit will be on the basis of aptitude and ability.
All staff will be helped and encouraged to develop their full potential, and their talents and resources will be fully utilised to maximise the efficiency of the organisation.
This policy is implemented within the framework of the relevant legislation.
Members of the Jirehouse team have a number of publications to their names, from degree theses, journal and newspaper articles to ordinance legislation that is emulated in a number of jurisdictions. Specific examples of publications can be found in the personal profiles of the authors.
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A key principle enshrined in the Jirehouse Group vision statement takes its inspiration from Judaeo-Christian teachings which recognise the value of people before profit and the need to invest today for the benefit of future generations. Internally, this is embodied by a strong commitment to the creation of an effective team, and by sponsoring their continuing professional education. Externally, the Group’s strong investment strategy embraces local UK educational or charitable projects, whilst its work with socio-capital projects overseas is typified by the support of micro-enterprise dried fruit projects in Uzbekistan, Western China and Tajikstan, where Jirehouse Firstfruits has a registered branch office.
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