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Your Dedicated Tax Team Intertrust Reads Private Clients Limited Chartered Tax Advisers


Intertrust Reads Private Clients Limited is much more than just a traditional tax service. One of the few firms to hold Chartered Tax Adviser status, it is also part of the BDO international accountancy and tax advisory network.


Guernsey & UK Tax Advice Residence & Domicile Issues Trust Taxation


These are just some of the services offered by Intertrust Reads Private Clients Limited. Taxation services is just one of the disciplines within our Guernsey office. Trust, company and fund administration services are also available.


For more information, please contact: Jane Le Maitre, Neil Dorey or Mark Stone Tel: +44 (0)1 481 211 000 e-mail: privateclients@intertrustgroup.com


Intertrust Reads Private Clients Limited (Registration No: 32584) is licensed in Guernsey under The Regulation of Fiduciaries, Administration of Businesses and Company Directors etc. (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, 2000. Registered with the Chartered Institute of Taxation as a firm of Chartered Tax Advisers.


Criminal Justice (Proceeds of Crime) (Legal Professionals, Accountants and Estate Agents) (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Regulations 2008.


Intertrust Guernsey


PO Box 119, Martello Court, Admiral Park, St Peter Port, Guernsey GY13HB


www.intertrustgroup.com


tel +44 (0)1 481 211 000 fax +44 (0)1 481 211 001 guernsey@intertrustgroup.com


neil.dorey@intertrustgroup.com mark.stone@intertrustgroup.com jane.le.maitre@intertrustgroup.com


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