Our international tax team has considerable experience in advising corporate and financial institutions combining comprehensive tax structuring with quality advisory skills.
We advise non-UK clients on taxation issues relating to their UK activities and interests and UK clients on their non-UK interests. This includes advice to multinationals and high net worth non-domiciliaries. We also co-ordinate advice for cross-border transactions which involve a number of jurisdictions.
We can help you with:
- UK tax aspects of multi-jurisdictional structures
- Establishing a business in the UK through a branch, subsidiary or agent
- UK tax and regulatory issues on extending equity participation to UK-based (and non-UK) employees
- Advice to expatriates on UK taxation
- Advising UK persons on structuring investment and partnering outside the UK
- Cross-border financing and royalty agreements
- Advice to non-domiciliaries on issues relating to UK investment and tax status
- Structuring non-UK acquisitions and investment into UK groups.
- Advising Middle Eastern government on cross-border tax exposures relevant to its strategic capital development fund structuring.
- Advising AngloAmerican plc on the tax provisions in a package of framework and precedent (FIDIC based) Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM) and construction contracts for their international mining operations and project worldwide.
- Structuring a £230 million renewable energy cross-border corporate investment platform, involving UK, Luxembourg, Spanish, French and Jersey law.
- Advising Spanish corporate setting up a UK business via a UK LLP above an operating company and LLP.
- Advice on the repatriation of profits to the UK from the Dubai branch and subsidiary of a UK corporate on the establishment of its Dubai business.
- Advising US insurance and financial services group on the tax led restructuring of UK interests and eventual disposal of UK activities crystallising substantive US tax losses.
- Advising UK group on structuring overseas investment in its underlying non-UK ventures.