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STEP Lunchtime Lecture No.14: Recent developments in Italy – Nicola Saccardo, Maisto e Associati
May 13 at 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Topic: Recent developments in Italy
Speaker: Nicola Saccardo – Maisto e Associati
Nicola will talk about the Italian lump sum tax regime for HNWIs moving to Italy, the recent developments on the Italian taxation of trusts and the possible reform of Italian forced heirship rules, succession agreements and pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements.
Nicola Saccardo, partner of Maisto e Associati, is an Italian lawyer based in the London office. He holds an LL.M. in international tax law from Leiden University. He is a member of the International Academy of Estate and Trust Law, as well as its vice president and chair of its tax committee. He is a member of STEP, as well as a member of the International Client Global SIG Steering Committee of STEP and of the International Client London UK Satellite SIG Committee of STEP. Nicola leads the EU tax law course at the LL.M. of the King’s College in London and is ranked as a leading expert in legal directories, including Chambers High Net Worth, Legal Week Private Clients Global Elite and Citywealth Leaders list. His areas of expertise include international and EU tax law; taxation of trusts, estates and HNWIs; and estate planning.
Please arrive by 11.45am for registration.
A polite reminder that if you are hard of hearing please sit in the front five rows for the best auditory experience.
Lecture will start 12pm sharp and last for approx. 45 minutes with 10-15 minutes for questions.
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