Edwin Coe is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a seminar on Tuesday, 27 March 2018 which will focus on the Requirement to Correct (RTC) and its impact. Taxpayers with overseas assets or interests with any UK liability as at 5 April 2017, will be required to correct any errors or omissions in their historic UK tax position by 30 September 2018.
Our leading team of tax specialists also includes former senior inspectors from HMRC’s specialist Fraud Investigation Service Offshore team. They will be discussing the following:
- The background behind RTC and general overview
- What does it mean for taxpayers?
- How do I disclose?
- What should I and my clients be doing right now?
- What will be the position for the taxpayers who do not disclose by 30 September 2018?
- How Edwin Coe can help
Who should attend
The seminar will be of particular interest to advisors, who have clients with any type of offshore assets or income, or anyone wanting to fully understand the ramifications of not regularising offshore assets or income before 30 September 2018.
Frank joined Edwin Coe as a partner in 2012. He heads up 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 25 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.
Dmitri joined Edwin Coe in February 2017 as Tax Director within the Tax team. Dmitri was most recently an Operational Leader in HMRC’s Fraud Investigation Service (FIS) – Offshore, Corporate and Wealthy unit where he was responsible for leading the Offshore team based in London which undertook HMRC’s most serious civil tax investigations under both COP 8 and COP 9. He also managed HMRC projects in relation to the utilisation of offshore data.
Dmitri was one of HMRC’s most experienced tax investigators commencing his time in HMRC’s Special Compliance Office (SCO – now known as FIS) as a COP 8 and COP 9 investigator in 1997. When he transferred to take on a new role in 2003 he was Deputy Group Leader. During his time at SCO Dmitri also led teams on Criminal Investigation search operations.
Bill has 28 years of HMRC experience. Bill held a number of different roles during his time at HMRC, most recently working in HMRC’s Fraud Investigation Service (FIS) focusing on investigatory cases under code of practice 8 and 9, Contractual Disclosure Facility and Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility cases.
In addition to his time working in FIS, Bill has also held roles in HMRC’s Anti-Avoidance Group, where he specialised in policy and operations targeting the use of EBT’s and similar structures.
Bill also held a variety of HMRC Head Office specialist and advisory roles and worked in the Adjudicator’s Office reviewing and resolving complaints against HMRC.