It can be difficult to structure your affairs tax-efficiently whilst complying with reporting obligations in multiple jurisdictions, and failure to do so can result in unwanted penalties. Whether your work, lifestyle or other commitments require you to plan your visits to the UK in advance, or you require tax-efficiency across complex tax structures, our tax and investment specialists offer location-specific advice on a global scale.
For individuals with interests in more than one jurisdiction, the different international obligations, regulations and procedures can be daunting. Tax-efficient investments or vehicles such as trusts are often not recognised in other countries. Similarly, while it might be advisable to structure your affairs in a certain way for UK tax purposes, this could cause unforeseen problems in other countries.
As a fully integrated international partnership, we work holistically as a global team to advise individuals with multijurisdictional issues, ensuring that their affairs are both structured correctly and are compliant, wherever they are based.
- The UK's Non-Dom tax regime
- Double Tax Treaties and Relief from Double Taxation
- Advice on becoming or ceasing to be UK resident
- Non-resident landlords
- Investing in the UK
- Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and Common Reporting Standards (CRS) obligations
- Gaining UK residency through the Tier 1 Investor Visa scheme
- Non-resident trusts and beneficiaries
We utilise our Private Client knowledge across 90 countries worldwide to carefully consider the best way to protect your wealth and comply with local regulations. We work against the backdrop of our international partnership which means you can feel assured that the advice given is indicative of a global mindset. We are the first firm to be dual-accredited by both CISI (Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment) and the CII (Chartered Insurance Institute).
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