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Harcus Sinclair hosting seminar on resident non-domiciliaries, implications of EU law and Brexit


We will be holding an evening seminar on Tuesday 28 November 2017. Jonathan Burt, a partner in Harcus Sinclair’s Private Client department, together with James Rivett, a leading barrister at Pump Court Tax Chambers, will review the developing situation as regards the taxation of UK residents with interests in overseas trusts and trust-like structure and explore the overlap with EU law and the implications of Brexit.

These are taxing and testing times for the majority of the world because they are non-domiciliaries.  An era of real uncertainty is now drawing to a close; by the time of this seminar the government should have enacted the tax changes backdated to 6 April 2017 and progressed yet further proposals which come into effect on 6 April 2018.

In addition to exploring the implication of the changes for non-domiciliaries, Jonathan and James will be commenting specifically on:

Please note that we are now fully booked for this seminar. However, if you would like to be informed if any spaces become available, please send an email to seminars@harcus-sinclair.co.uk.  

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