Monthly Archives: June 2019

Collyer Bristow graduate art award returns for 2019

Exceptional, the Collyer Bristow graduate art award, is a competition for graduates from London Art Schools/ Universities, open to those who graduated between 2016-19 from BA/MA/MFA/Post Grad Diploma courses. Artists are invited to apply for the opportunity to be part …

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Sotheby’s bought by French billionaire for $3.7bn

Sotheby’s recent troubles are well documented. From fending off the aggressive overtures of various hedge funds, to streamlining its…

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£15bn lost behind the sofa

This research should serve as a good reminder to everyone that it is important that your family and professional advisors know what funds…

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Johnson proposes £3,000 tax cut for higher earners

Johnson’s announcement of his proposed tax cut is certainly grabbing the headlines but it is worth pausing to reflect on the ways it…

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An Age of Apathy: the new report from Collyer Bristow

Collyer Bristow today publishes the report, ‘An Age of Apathy: Changing the conversation around wills’ which reveals that 68% of adults under the age of 50 with an income of £50k or more in the UK do not have a …

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Lewis Chessman: Ivory rare discovery

An extremely valuable medieval chess piece, one of the five missing Lewis Chessmen, has recently been discovered in drawer by a family in Edinburgh.  The 900 year-old Lewis Chessmen hoard was discovered on the Isle of Lewis in 1831 and …

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Tier 1 visa applications

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Tier 2 visa applications

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Sponsor licence applications

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Tax efficient charitable donations

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