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Tax Update for Non-Doms & Non-Resident Clients, Settlements & their Underlying Companies
September 2024
Novotel London Tower BridgeLondon

Richard Collier
Academic Consultant at Field Court Tax Chambers


Richard Collier* specialises in the taxation of MNEs with particular reference to the financial sector and the rules for the cross-border allocation of income relating to transfer pricing and permanent establishments. He has also worked on a range of issues concerning international tax treaties. He is the co-author of a book on the Arm’s Length Principle and a more recent book relating to tax policy and financial markets. Both have been published by Oxford University Press.

Richard has worked as an expert in several cases including a high-profile European Commission state aid case. He has previously been asked to present on tax policy matters to the House of Lords Select Committee on Economic Affairs and the European Parliament’s TAXE Committee. Prior to his role as Associate Fellow at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School (working at the Centre for Business Taxation), he worked for the OECD in the role of head of the transfer pricing, treaties and financial transactions teams. He was previously a Partner in one of the UK’s ‘Big 4’ consulting firms where his dual role was to lead the global banking tax practice and to lead the Firm’s global engagement with the OECD on international tax matters.

*This information is provided in relation to and for the purpose of work undertaken at Field Court Tax Chambers

Agenda Sessions

  • How the BEPS PE and transfer pricing changes have impacted non-resident companies