Dominic Lawrance quoted in The Telegraph on the "requirement to correct" tax legislation
Dominic Lawrance was quoted extensively in The Telegraph discussing the "requirement to correct" tax legislation which came into force on 30 September. Read more below.
eprivateclient and Citywealth report on the hire of a new international tax team led by Robert Reymond
The firm strengthened its international wealth structuring capabilities with the hire of an international tax team led by Robert Reymond.
Asian Legal Business, Hubbis and eprivateclient report on the firm's expansion in Hong Kong
The firm's Hong Kong office continues to expand with the relocation of Real Estate Partner Simon Green to lead the firm’s focus in Asia.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Fudco Partnership on sale to Exponent-backed Vibrant Foods
Fudco is a family-owned business selling South Asian ethnic foods in UK and Europe.
eprivateclient and Wealth Briefing cover the news of the hire of tax specialist Annika Fünfschilling in Zurich
Annika joined as a Senior Associate in the firm's Zurich office on 15 March 2021.
Charles Russell Speechlys develops Zurich offering with the hire of Annika Fünfschilling
Annika is an attorney-at-law and Swiss certified tax expert, and becomes the first Swiss-qualified lawyer working from the Zurich office.
Property Patter: The Spring 2021 Budget – what news for property?
Join us as we review some of the measures introduced by Rishi Sunak to provide a boost to COVID-hit businesses and workers.
Mixed news for corporation tax payers in today’s Budget
The announcement brings good news for the short term - and bad news in the longer term for corporation tax payers.
Spring Budget 2021 - predictions
Spring budget 2021 - what will the Chancellor do?
Midshore or Midtown? Changing trends in wealth structuring for Latin American clients
Our panel discussed how Latin American international wealth structuring is changing, current trends and the impact of economic substance.
Working abroad: unintended consequences
Discovering the implications of working abroad in relation to employment, tax, financial regulations and immigration,
Untangling the Atlantic Knot: Moving from the US to the UK
Chris and Sam have decided to move to the UK. Sam therefore needs to investigate which immigration status will best suit them
Untangling the Atlantic Knot: Tax reporting and compliance for US citizens living in the UK
As a US citizen, Sam must continue to report and pay taxes to the IRS. But as a UK resident, Sam also needs to navigate the UK tax system.
Untangling the Atlantic Knot: FATCA and information exchange [bonus episode]
In this episode, Iain Younger and Mark Summers discuss their practical experiences of the new tax reporting regimes.
Substance Stories: How has COVID-19 affected the Economic Substance rules
In this episode we discuss the impact of COVID-19 in relation to Economic Substance.
HMRC’s Crackdown on Contractors: IR35 Changes
These changes represent a significant shift in the tax and compliance landscape for businesses that engage contractors through PSCs.
Substance Stories: What is economic substance?
Join us as we discuss the hot topics in economic substance.
Dominic Lawrance quoted in the Financial Times on a tax liability reduction case
A decade later…the protocol of amendment to the double taxation agreement between Switzerland and the United States is finally entering into force
The protocol of amendment to the double taxation agreement between Switzerland and the United States is finally entering into force.
UK resident non-UK domiciliaries: the remittance basis
Non-domiciliaries planning on becoming resident in the UK ought to be aware of the remittance basis of taxation.
Non-UK domiciliaries: Inheritance tax issues and opportunities
An introduction to inheritance tax issues that need to be considered where a “non-dom” is planning on becoming resident in the UK.