IQE works closely with professional tax and legal advisers and we understand the importance of implementing the advice correctly to ensure that clients achieve their aims in a way which can stand up to scrutiny. IQE is a licensed Trust Service Provider and offers specialist trust services to a wide range of clients. Trusts can be used for asset protection, investment holding, high value asset holding, succession and inheritance planning by both individuals and corporate entities. Charitable Trusts can also be established for the sole benefit of charitable organisations offering the trustees discretion over income and capital payments. There are a number of types of trust and further information on these types of trust can be found on this page.
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As Chairman of Greenko Group plc, I have enjoyed a four year association with IQE during which time they not only provided administration, corporate governance and company secretarial support but also the [dedicated] services of Mike Brown FCIS as a qualified and experienced Company Secretary to act on our behalf. Throughout this time, I found IQE and their staff to be very helpful, patient and professional in their dealings. As a London Stock Exchange AIM listed company we undertook several complex multi-jurisdictions corporate transactions and I am particularly appreciative of IQE’s invaluable support on these occasions. Keith Henry, Chairman, Greenko Group Plc
In response to a growing aspiration for individuals and families to invest and work in an ethical manner, IQE and MannBenham have collaborated to establish a structure which can be used for a range of ethical purposes including Shariah compliance, ‘green’ social impact investment and philanthropy. This is a universally recognised company established for ethical purposes to meet individual principles (none of which are mutually exclusive) and which can be employed where Foundations or Trusts are not accepted to achieve a similar outcome.Read more.