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Emily provides international private wealth and tax advice to families and trustees of family trusts on a variety of issues. Her areas of expertise include establishing wealth preservation structures such as offshore trusts, foundations and companies, family governance and business succession planning, the reporting of beneficial ownership under the various global initiatives and structuring the acquisition and ownership of UK residential property,
Many of Emily’s clients are non-UK domiciled or non-UK resident, meaning much of her work has a cross border element and often involves advice on residence (whether maintaining, avoiding or changing that residence status). She has a particular focus on the Middle East, and together with her Dubai colleagues often advises on the use of local structures to hold regional assets, alongside any international structure.
Emily also advises on international pension schemes and other remuneration structures and advises on IPPs, EFRBS, QROPS and QNUPS, acting for both scheme trustees and their members.