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29 November 2018
Millennium Gloucester, Kensington,
London, UK

Tax Planning for Non-Domiciliaries, Autumn 2018

The Future of Non-Doms

D-Day has well and truly passed - What Do I Do Now? Practical Guidance from a variety of the Industry's Elite

Why Attend?

The UK, and in particular London are well known magnets for the international wealthy. The long-awaited Summer Finance Bill and autumn statement means that we now have a complete set of reform measures and finally some long-awaited clarity on how non-dom clients will be taxed going forward.

This conference will examine what the future of non-doms and drills down into the opportunities and challenges these changes will have on non-doms and their advisors.

What will we be covering?
  • Mixed funds and mixed fund cleansing
  • Domicile enquiries and how to survive them
  • Protected trusts: professional bodies guidance
  • Protected Trusts: planning opportunities
  • Loans and collateral: Income tax and IHT implications
  • Commercial property: CGT changes and Corporation tax changes
  • Changes to the Double Tax Treaty planning
  • Planning for the UK RND who is also a US citizen
  • Back to basis: Remittance basis
Meet Our Chairman

John Barnett has worked at Burges Salmon for over 20 years and is head of the firm's private client services department.

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 chaired the CIOT’s Capital Gains Tax sub-committee from 2006 to 2014 and since then has been 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.


Breakdown of Attendees

50+
Delegates
10+
Speakers
#1
Must Attend Event
36%
Lawyers
34%
Accountants
30%
Other: Trust Companies, Private Banks etc

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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