Fiduciary services provider, International Protector Group (IPG) has published a guide to the recently announced Bahamas Executive Entity (BEE).
The guide explains the Act, its function and potential applications. According to Andrew Law, CEO of IPG, the guide is designed to help practitioners stay abreast of developments in the field and explore how the new Bahamas Executive Entity can resolve many issues that wealth management advisors are called upon to address when assisting their clients on international estate planning.
The guide is presented in an A4 size hardback binder, comprising 11-sections. The intention of the guide is to make the legislation more user-friendly to help wealth management professionals engage with their clients. It includes a synopsis on the legislation as well as potential applications.
IPG recently launched a specialist BEE service to help organisers of complex trusts take advantage of the Bahamas Executive Entity.
Available free of charge to wealth management specialists, lawyers and professional intermediaries, go to www.ipg-protector.com
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