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Why the King of Romania (and his disowned grandson) are keeping an eye on the EU's latest inheritance law

It's not like Swiss-born, British-educated Nicolae has lost out on a great claim: Romania is a republic and the head of the royal family bestows (and retracts) titles only for the sake of honour.

But with the coming into effect of the European Succession Regulation (also known as Brussels IV) this Monday, the eventual inheritance of his grandfather's assets - wherever situated - should be more certain. To read more on all you need to know about the new European Succession Regulation, also known as Brussels IV, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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