Events - 29/11/2016
Post the Autumn Statement – What now for resident non-domiciled clients?
Edwin Coe is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a seminar on Tuesday 29 November 2016 which will focus on the tax implications for resident non-domiciled clients following the Autumn Statement which is due to take place on 23 November 2016.
Our leading team of Tax Advisers, regularly advise and support international clients by providing bespoke solutions tailored to their individual needs.
This seminar will be led by our Tax team who will focus on the main issues that will affect clients and their advisers and will cover the following:
- What has changed following the further consultation?
- The mechanics? Re-basing and mixed funds
- What should I or my clients be doing right now?
- What now for ‘excluded property trusts’?
- The position for those who are already ‘deemed domiciled’
- The position for those who will be ‘deemed domiciled’ at April 2017 or shortly after.
Who should attend
The seminar will be of particular interest to international high-net-worth individuals and their advisers, and will address the changes to the UK tax regime from April 2017.
Frank joined Edwin Coe as a partner in 2012. He leads the Tax team which specialises in advising clients who are subjected to challenges by the tax authorities, as well as advising high-net-worth clients and families wishing to ensure that their tax affairs are suitable for their needs.
Frank has more than 20 years’ experience in tax dispute matters and is an experienced tax dispute resolution practitioner. His detailed knowledge of HMRC’s practices and procedures means that he is able to achieve excellent settlement terms for clients.
Frank is recognised as one of the leading practitioners in this specialised field and works closely with other members of the Private Client Group to offer a comprehensive service to private clients.
Sean is a Partner within the Tax team and acts for high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth individuals, entrepreneurs, companies and trustees.
Sean advises clients with multi-jurisdictional issues, whether that be in relation to advisory or dispute work. Sean specialise in the taxation of offshore entities (predominantly in finance centres jurisdictions) and the implications for the stakeholders involved. In addition to providing advice to UK resident individuals, he has advised offshore trustees and companies as to the UK tax impact of transactions with a particular focus on the beneficial owner/ beneficiaries.
Sean has worked on a number of Serious Fraud enquiries for both individuals and companies and his experience in this area combined with a strong relationship with HMRC, provides clients with certainty that their issues will be addressed in the best possible manner.