How to get the balance right between protecting financial privacy and ensuring illicit money isn’t able to hide from legitimate law enforcement remains one of the thorniest topics for wealth managers and policymakers. This briefing draws together experts from a number of fields to explore the latest developments in areas such as disclosure and reporting on beneficial ownership; the information powers of tax authorities such as HM Revenue & Customs; the impact of upcoming new data protection laws, and some new options for family offices making investments.



  • Registration opens: 7:45am 
  • Breakfast served from: 8:00am – 8:45am
  • Panel discussion and Q&A: 8:45am – 10:00am
  • Networking: 10:00am – 10:30am


Date and Time

Date: Thursday 19th October - 2017
Time: 7:45 am – 10:30 am


Carlton Club

Address: 69 St James's Street, London, SW1A 1PJ

Telephone: +44(0) 020 7493 1164



Julius Bozzino

Vistra UK | Director

Vistra Private Office

Julius joined Vistra Group in 2016 as a director with responsibility for developing the Vistra Private Office. Prior to that he spent eight years as part of the senior management team at Lombard Bank Malta where he was responsible for the Private Banking, Wealth Management and Corporate Advisory business of the Bank as well as a director of its listed subsidiary.

Julius began his career in 1992 with PricewaterhouseCoopers where he qualified as a chartered accountant, working in the London and Madrid offices and specialising in financial services. He then moved into Corporate Finance, working for HSBC Investment Bank and NCB Stockbrokers, advising a variety of UK and international clients on cross-border M&A, IPOs, debt and equity transactions. He holds a degree in Economics from the University of Warwick.

Julie Collins

Executive Director

EFG Wealth Solutions (EFG Private Bank)

Julie is an Executive Director and Head of Business Development at EFG Wealth Solutions (Jersey) Limited, part of EFG International. Based in Jersey, Julie joined EFG in 2002 as a Client Director overseeing a portfolio of high net worth private clients, with a primary focus on developing business relationships with private banking colleagues.

In 2003 she was appointed a member of the Executive Board, assuming responsibility for the private client business unit. In early 2008, Julie took up her current position with prime responsibility for the firm’s business development activities including strategic direction, product and service development and the creation and maintenance of business channels. Julie is also the lead director for several key client relationships.

Prior to joining EFG, Julie held senior positions with respected Jersey based fiduciaries gaining extensive experience in creating and managing internationally diverse structures with complex asset and structuring components.

An Associate of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, Julie is also a full member of STEP.

Robert Macro 

Head of Private Client


Robert Macro is head of Druces’ international wealth and fiduciary practice and also leads the firm’s Family office team. He has significant experience with UK and international tax planning, trust matters, probates, tax disclosures and disputes for banks, high net worth individuals, trustees, international companies, UK collection societies and partnerships. Robert specialises in complex tax planning for international and domestic clients. He is highly recommended for his specialist knowledge in restructuring business assets and optimising investments into real estate and new technology worldwide. Over the past 16 years Robert has been involved in a number of notable matters successfully assisting clients caught up in the HSBC data theft in Switzerland and dealing with issues for fiduciaries drawn into litigation with a new government of a Middle Eastern state following the Arab Spring. He has also pioneered the successful use of various tax reliefs with claims for the remittance basis of taxation.

Charles Spragge



Charles Spragge is an experienced commercial disputes and international arbitration lawyer with experience in acting for businesses, banks, financial institutions, government entities, and a range of other corporates as well as directors and shareholders.
His range of work covers banking disputes including loans & guarantees, trade and marine finance, long-term projects, ship-building disputes, defence contracts, insolvency claims, contentious regulatory, professional negligence, international commercial arbitration, investment treaty arbitration, shareholder disputes, directors’ duties, breach of warranty claims and general contractual disputes. He also advises on matters involving international law, and banking and finance transactions including trade finance.