Sanjvee advises ultra-high-net-worth and significantly wealthy individuals and families on their global estate, succession, and tax planning affairs. She also has considerable experience advising professional trustees and family offices on a range of trust administration and succession planning issues. Sanjvee's clients value her technical strength, pragmatic and commercial approach, and superb client care.
Sanjvee has a very diverse practice from a geographic perspective as her clients range from UK resident clients who may or may not be UK resident to international families, who are often originate from the Middle East, Europe and Asia, and may have family members living in a number of countries. Many of Sanjvee's clients also have US connections. Given the international nature of Sanjvee's practice, she has substantial experience in dealing with complex cross-border tax and trust planning matters, and she routinely co-ordinates advice across several different jurisdictions to support the implementation of optimal cross-border solutions for her clients.
Aside from efficient tax planning, Sanjvee's expertise focuses advising clients on wealth protection more generally, to help protect assets and family wealth from non-tax risks such as sibling rivalry, family disputes, divorce and creditors. This includes guiding clients on bespoke estate planning strategies and then helping them to create tailored asset holding structures to aid the passing of family wealth through the generations in a secure manner.
|Since 2013||Partner, Taylor Wessing|
|2009 - 2013||Partner, Speechly Bircham|
|2006 - 2009||Lawyer, Speechly Bircham|
|2001 - 2006||Lawyer, Allen & Overy|
|1999 - 2001||Trainee Solicitor, Allen & Overy|
|2001||Admitted as a lawyer, England and Wales|
|1997||Bsc, Economics and Economic History, University of Bristol|
The World Trust Survey, co-author, Oxford University Press, 2010
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Our international private wealth team responds to some key questions that our clients from across a number of sectors and jurisdictions have been thinking about over the past couple of weeks.
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