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The Use and Abuse of Trusts and Other Wealth Management Devices

The Centre for Cross-Border Commercial Law in Asia, Singapore Management University, York Law School and the Singapore Academy of Law will convene the second conference in the series “Modern Studies in the Law of Trusts and Wealth Management”

 

The theme of this conference is “The Use and Abuse of Trusts and Other Wealth Management Devices”  and will focus on current developments and challenges facing trust law, and those who study or practise it, in the present political climate. 

 

The Honourable Justice Vinodh Coomaraswamy will deliver the Opening Remarks.  The keynote speaker is the Honourable Mr. Justice Snowden, of the High Court of Justice, England & Wales.

 

The confirmed speakers include Alastair Hudson (Exeter), Paul Davies (Oxford), James Lee (KCL), Jamie Glister (Sydney), Lou Jianbo (Peking),  Lusina Ho (HKU), Simon Douglas (Oxford), Simone Degeling (UNSW), Duncan Sheehan, (Leeds) Thomas Gallanis (Iowa), Warren Barr (Liverpool), David English (Missouri), David Pollard (Freshfields), Adam Hofri-Winogradow (Hebrew Uni of Jerusalem), Michael Littlewood (Auckland), Rose-Marie B Antoine (UWI), Masayuki Tamayura (Rikkyo), Sarah Wilson (York), Peter Turner (Cambridge), Rebecca Lee (HKU), Simone Wong (Kent), David Chaikin (Sydney), Mark Hsiao (Leicester), Samuel Williams (Oxford), John Glover (Monash), Tobias Barkley (La Trobe), Istvan Sandor (Hungary), Tang Hang Wu (SMU), Tham Chee Ho (SMU), Kelvin Low (SMU), Yip Man (SMU), Wu Ying Chieh (National Taiwan Univ), Alvin See (SMU) and Lim Sing Yong (SMU), Reid Weisbord (Rutgers)

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Venue: Supreme Court Auditorium, Basement 2, 1 Supreme Court Lane, Singapore 178879

Event Date: 27-28 July 2017

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PRICE (inclusive of GST)

$749.00

The Centre for Cross-Border Commercial Law in Asia, Singapore Management University, York Law School and the Singapore Academy of Law will convene the second conference in the series “Modern Studies in the Law of Trusts and Wealth Management”

 

The theme of this conference is “The Use and Abuse of Trusts and Other Wealth Management Devices”  and will focus on current developments and challenges facing trust law, and those who study or practise it, in the present political climate. 

 

The Honourable Justice Vinodh Coomaraswamy will deliver the Opening Remarks.  The keynote speaker is the Honourable Mr. Justice Snowden, of the High Court of Justice, England & Wales.

 

The confirmed speakers include Alastair Hudson (Exeter), Paul Davies (Oxford), James Lee (KCL), Jamie Glister (Sydney), Lou Jianbo (Peking),  Lusina Ho (HKU), Simon Douglas (Oxford), Simone Degeling (UNSW), Duncan Sheehan, (Leeds) Thomas Gallanis (Iowa), Warren Barr (Liverpool), David English (Missouri), David Pollard (Freshfields), Adam Hofri-Winogradow (Hebrew Uni of Jerusalem), Michael Littlewood (Auckland), Rose-Marie B Antoine (UWI), Masayuki Tamayura (Rikkyo), Sarah Wilson (York), Peter Turner (Cambridge), Rebecca Lee (HKU), Simone Wong (Kent), David Chaikin (Sydney), Mark Hsiao (Leicester), Samuel Williams (Oxford), John Glover (Monash), Tobias Barkley (La Trobe), Istvan Sandor (Hungary), Tang Hang Wu (SMU), Tham Chee Ho (SMU), Kelvin Low (SMU), Yip Man (SMU), Wu Ying Chieh (National Taiwan Univ), Alvin See (SMU) and Lim Sing Yong (SMU), Reid Weisbord (Rutgers)

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