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James Hollis reviews the STEP Symposium on Trusts and International Tax Treaties held on 6–7 April 2005
This was the first in a rolling programme of STEP symposia. The concept underlying the symposium format is that the papers delivered will be collated and published towards the end of this year providing a work of reference for practitioners. Each speaker was limited to half an hour on his feet and spoke to the salient features of his paper. We convened in the magnificent Gladstone Library of the National Liberal Club in Whitehall. It was strangely appropriate that the ghost of Sir William Harcourt instigator of progressive taxation should stalk its corridors.
The topic produced both a panel and an audience of international diversity. One of the fundamental problems when seeking...

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