Sarah Hickey 
Supervisor - Communications



Thursday 23rd September from 4pm until 5.30pm


Palazzo dei Congressi 
Piazza Indipendenza, 4
Lugano 6900


Pearse Trust

Tax Planning Seminar

Why Should You Attend?

Pearse Trusts’ international tax planning seminars present you with information on a variety of solutions for trading and holding situations, property investment and asset protection. The focus of this seminar will be a technical update on Canada, New Zealand and the USA.

Who Should Attend?

The seminar is designed for Fiduciaries, Tax Specialists, Lawyers, Accountants, Private Bankers, and all Professional Advisors who are looking for international tax planning opportunities to offer their clients.

Our Company

Pearse Trust is a significant and recognised provider of international onshore and offshore services.  We have specialist expertise in multi-jurisdictional corporate formation, trust creation and tax planning to which we consistently bring new and fresh insights from jurisdictions in Europe, the Caribbean, the Pacific Rim and the Americas.

We are active in key jurisdictions which hold planning and other attractions for clients who operate in international markets. Our international network enables clients to access expert, professional advice from a large number of jurisdictions. 

Service quality depends on the knowledge, skill and dedication of the people who deliver it.  At Pearse Trust we have these qualities and we use them to meet our clients’ needs.  Our specialist team consists of lawyers, accountants, chartered secretaries, tax professionals and other relevant professionals, all of whom use their skills to effectively execute complex international tax planning projects.

Pearse Trust was the first company in this sector in Europe to be awarded the ISO 9002 quality standard.


Mr. Joseph A. Hickey B.L. M.C.I.Arb

Ms. Grainne Riordan CSRP

Mr. Donal Riordan BA (Hons)

Seminar Programme

3.45 - 4.00pm:         Registration & Coffee

4.00 - 4.15pm:         Introduction to Pearse Trust                

4.15 - 4.35pm:         Canada

4.35 - 4.55pm:         New Zealand

4.55 - 5.15pm:         USA LLCs

5.15pm:                   Open Forum