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3 December 2019
Leonardo Royal London St Paul's,
London, UK

Tax Planning for Non-Domiciliaries, Winter 2019

The Future of Non-Doms

Take stock of the raft of recent changes and gain clarity on how your non-dom clients will be taxed going forward

WHAT WILL WE BE COVERING?

Here’s a sample of the topics we will be covering to help you drill down into the opportunities and challenges facing your non-dom clients

Domicile Enquiries and how HMRC are Challenging Domicile
  • The difficulties with long-term residents
  • HMRC’s tactics
  • Schedule 36 vs closure notice applications
  • Final or partial closure notices – Embiricos
  • HMRC’s flawed reliance on Archer
  • The way forward
Take stock of the raft of recent changes
  • ATED – what have we learned 6 years on, and what might the future hold
  • Failure to Correct: Where are we now
  • GDPR and how it affects Offshore Trustees
Drill down into the key practical details
  • Tax Procedure and Administration: DAC 6 , DOTAS , 5AMLD etc.
  • Loans and Collateral
  • Corporate Tax on UK Real Estate for Non-Resident Companies

MEET OUR CHAIRMAN


JOHN BARNETT
Partner
Burges Salmon 

John has worked at Burges Salmon for nearly 25 years and is head of the firm's private client services team.

He provides tax advice to a wide-range of high-net worth individuals and many leading banks and other financial institutions. He has a particular focus on entrepreneurial clients, many of whom are not domiciled in the UK or have business or other interests abroad.

John chairs the CIOT’S main Technical Committee and is a member of the CIOT’s governing Council. He was a member of the General Anti-Abuse Rule (GAAR) panel that approved HMRC’s initial GAAR guidance.

He has led the CIOT's response on a large number of capital tax policy discussions with HMRC and HM Treasury since 2006 including in particular the domicile changes since 2008 and the statutory residence test.

John has been named in eprivateclient’s 50 Most Influential since 2014.

Past Delegates Include

  • Macfarlanes
  • Gowling WLG
  • McDermott Will & Emery
  • Frank Hirth
  • Knox Private Office
  • KPMG
  • Grant Thornton
  • Penningtons Manches
  • Dixon Wilson
  • Rawlinson & Hunter
  • RBC
  • BDO
  • Westleton Drake
  • Saffery Champness
  • Blick Rothernberg

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