Provided by Sylvie A Nunn
Sylvie advises on a wide range of charity law matters, including the establishment of charities, trustee duties and governance, restructuring, trading issues and setting up and running trading subsidiaries, fundraising and commercial participation, charity law aspects of borrowing and lending, charity law considerations for religious organisations, issues concerning heritage charities (particularly stately homes), Gift Aid and general advice on tax-efficient giving (and anti-avoidance provisions), public benefit, issues facing schools, cross-border issues, disputes involving charities and mergers between charities.
Sylvie qualified as a solicitor in 2003, following the completion of her training contract with national law firm Addleshaw Goddard. Sylvie joined Wrigleys’ Charities and Social Economy team in 2008 and was promoted to partner in 2011.
Sylvie is an Executive Committee member of the Charity Law Association, and a member of the Ecclesiastical Law Society and the Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners (STEP).
Sylvie is a Dementia Friend.
Sylvie Nunn is highly renowned for her expertise in advising on charity establishments and incorporations, governance and structuring issues as well as grant-making agreements.
"She is very knowledgeable - we felt complete confidence in the advice we were given." "Sylvie is very collaborative and thinks outside the box."