Legislation and policy change frequently at both a national and international level and having flexible and technically excellent guidance, from compliance to complex structuring and restructuring, is vital.
Our international tax team is known for our work in the life sciences, technology, private wealth, real estate and finance sectors. We deliver complex domestic and cross border strategic tax planning, and provide innovative tax and incentives advice to start-ups, venture capital investors and mature businesses (including private and listed groups).
The team also regularly advises on structuring inward investments from the US and other jurisdictions. We help multinational clients set up optimal financing structures, acquisition structures and exit arrangements. We assist clients in the negotiation and resolution of tax disputes. We've helped numerous group operations set up successful global share schemes, as well as schemes tailored to specific jurisdictions.
Our international team will ensure your business is supported by the most appropriate tax structure, and our depth of specialist expertise will ensure your business receives high quality advice configured to the jurisdiction you operate in.
Our international Tax & Incentives team is heralded for providing practical and commercial advice in many highly complex and specialised fields of tax. We advise on a range of tax and incentives requirements, particularly for private wealth clients; real estate funds sector; inward investment; and M&A and venture capital investments.
Our data protection microsite, is a one-stop shop for up-to-date, international information on data privacy law, offering practical insights, thought leadership and guidance on data protection law. All content on the Hub is available for free and receives over 30,000 visitors a month. We have added a wealth of GDPR-specific articles and a number of GDPR checklists supported by a bank of virtual learning webinars to help clients with their preparations for implementation.
The economy is digitizing at a rapid pace. Products, services and processes that were once flights of fancy are now possible. Are our current legal structures fit for purpose - or is digitization overtaking the law? On our PlugIn platform, we write about our possible digital future.
The Guide spans more than 60 countries and takes the form of an interactive online map, which clients can use to compare national data protection laws in multiple jurisdictions.