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Over the past 12 months the tax landscape has changed considerably. A number of Agreements between the respective Governments of the Isle of Man and UK have been entered into. In December 2012 the Isle of Man announced it would be ...

Boston Group hosted its second event with global brand ambassador and former British & Irish Lions rugby player, Scott Gibbs. Following on from the inaugural event in October in Mayfair, London, Boston hosted a drinks and canapés ...

Greg Ellison, CEO of Boston Group, an international family office and fiduciary services provider, has been named one of the Top 50 Most Influential People of 2013 by Private Client Practitioner, a leading magazine for private client ...

What is a Trust?

15th November 2013

A trust is an interesting concept especially for those who come from a civil law jurisdiction....

Alex joined Boston in April 2013 as part of the acquisition of business from Isle of Man Financial Trust Limited. Alex was as an Executive Director within the IOMA Group for 3 years....

Boston Group has been granted a full trust licence by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) as part of an ongoing strategy for service development and expansion. This licence complements and mirrors our the Group’s full service ...

What is good management?

30th October 2013

I have always thought that being a good manager is a bit like plastering a wall – looks easy until you try it yourself!...

The  front page of the Sunday Times leads with the story of Sir Richard Branson and his apparent ‘quitting the country’ to save tax by living in his paradise Island in the Caribbean. Now I love the Isle of Man but if I ...