It would appear that the perks associated with advising the world’s super-rich do not extend to regular trips on private jets. That, at least, was the impression gleaned from an informal survey of the delegates who gathered in Venice on Nov. 15-17 to attend the fifth annual Legal Week Private Client Forum, which was chaired by Macfarlanes’ John Rhodes and Jeremy Arnold of Barclays Wealth.
Some of the glamour associated with the jet-setting lifestyle of the world’s superwealthy has, nevertheless, rubbed off on the lawyers who advise them.
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