Jonathan Peacock QC
A pre-eminent figure at the Indirect Tax Bar, singled out for his intellectual acumen and his wealth of experience in the area. He regularly advises multinational corporations and high net worth individuals on indirect tax issues, and is particularly well versed in tax mitigation issues. His practice also includes capital markets, corporate finance and employee remuneration matters, among others. He is further noted for regularly providing expert opinions on overseas litigation.
"Measured, organised, clever and excellent with clients. He has very good judgement and a good rapport with the Tribunal and the courts." "A powerful advocate."
Recent work: Acted in Taylor Wimpey v HMRC, a dispute as to the lawfulness of the UK’s block on the recovery of input VAT on 'white goods' installed in new homes.