CTT Group announces The Advanced Planning Series

Introducing CTT Group’s new courses for those of you with High Net Worth Clients, including corporate and individuals with complex affairs.

Spread over 5 monthly sessions, we will be covering the following:

  • Estate Planning for Corporate Clients
  • Planning for clients with Buy to Let properties
  • Planning for clients with an IHT liability (2 sessions)
  • Family investment companies

Each session will focus on specific client scenarios, helping you position the best estate planning advice in a way your client can understand.

You can subscribe to join any session individually or all of the 5 part series.

 

Part 1 – Introduction

Estate Planning for Corporate Clients – Tuesday 25th January (09:30 – 12:00)

Any practitioner who has or is looking to work with corporate clients cannot afford to miss this updated course.

Attendees of this training will gain a clear understanding of:

  • What a cross option agreement is, how it works, why most corporate clients should have one in place and the consequences of not having one
  • What a corporate client’s estate plan should look like and how to avoid ‘costing your clients additional IHT’ by not dealing with their business assets correctly in their will.
  • What Business relief is, how it works and what it means to your clients
  • What a Business LPA is and why your clients might need one
  • A brief introduction to share structuring

You won’t find training like this anywhere else! Alongside our comprehensive training courses, we also offer a complete package of technical expertise, software and all the support you need to provide the best service for your clients.

Book your place now: https://ctt-group.co.uk/training-event/estate-planning-for-corporate-clients/

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