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Hunters sponsors the first European Historic House Next Generation Conference 2015

  • March 24, 2015
  • By Hunters Law

The firm was delighted to be invited to take part in the first of these annual European conferences.

Four members of Hunters (from the Private Client, Property, Family and Business Services departments) attended the conference at Aynhoe Park, Oxfordshire over the weekend of 20th – 22nd March.  The aim of the conference was to discuss the creation of next generation groups around Europe to promote the successful transmission of privately owned heritage assets from generation to generation.

Patricia Sykes, head of our Property Department, sat on a conference panel with Clarissa Vallat of Sothebys, chaired by James Hervey-Bathurst, to discuss managing succession planning and considering the universal issues that affect guardians of heritage across the continent.

For information on succession planning please contact the partner at Hunters responsible for your legal matters or, for new enquiries, a member of the Private Client team.

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