St. James Place’s Eight Wealth Int’l names head of tax and estate planning

Kelly Greig will offer tailored advice and services to affluent clients in Asia.

St. James’s Place Partner Practice Eight Wealth International has announced Kelly Greig as head of tax and estate planning.

Greig will be based in Singapore and will focus on growing the firm’s tax and estate planning offering in Asia, offering tailored advice to affluent clients in the region and highly personalized services for high net worth clients living and working overseas.

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She has over 15 years of experience in tax and estate planning. Prior to her current role, she was responsible for leading the Later Life proposition at Irwin Mitchell. 

Most recently, Greig was a partner at Paris Smith LLP, leading the tax and estate planning team.

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