Turnstone is an internationally family advisory group which, through our network, is able to advise families worldwide. Some of our preferred service providers focus specifically on the Isle of Man, United Kingdom, Europe, Botswana, Namibia and South Africa.

The Group offers fiduciary, corporate management and family advisory services to wealthy families, individuals and institutional clients across the globe. Established in 1999, Turnstone utilizes first-class finance, legal and accounting skills to provide bespoke private wealth, trustee, corporate management and related services to clients.

Today, wealth and estate planning is necessary on a global scale due to the international wealth structures of clients. Our team of professionals takes a longterm approach, working hand in hand with our clients to offer comprehensive solutions and sound advice on a personal and business level.

Our ethos - ‘Trust Today. Trust Tomorrow’ - makes us the partner of choice for private clients and families, helping them to structure, grow and protect their assets from one generation to the next.

Turnstone recognises that trusts no longer have to be exclusively for the high net worth individual, and that the need for trust services extends to those who want to ensure their wealth is secure for the next generation.

Turnstone offers various solutions that enables our clients to manage their wealth and for our client families discover their identity. 

Some of the solutions we offer include:

Turnstone recognises that trusts no longer have to be exclusively for the high net worth individual, and that the need for trust services extends to those who want to ensure their wealth is secure for the next generation.

According to the European Commission a family business is defined as, a firm of any size, where:

• The majority of decision-making rights are in the possession of the person or his/her family who established the business, or who has acquired the share capital of the business

• The majority of decision-making rights are indirect or direct

• At least one representative of the family is formally involved in the governance of the business

• Listed companies meet the definition of family business if the person who established or acquired the share capital, or their families or descendants, possess 25% (25 per cent) of the decision-making rights mandated by their share capital.