20 September 2018
The Bloomsbury Hotel,
UK Landscape for Non-Dom Property Investment 2018
Gain a comprehensive coverage on the practical implications for you and your clients when purchasing both UK residential & commercial property
In light of the government consultation of extending tax on gains realised by non-UK residents to commercial property, this is a must attend event.
Why Should I Attend?
The UK, and in particular London are well known magnets for the international wealthy. One-third of all buyers in prime residential markets are from oversees and the ‘non-dom’ regime is a large part of the UK’s attraction to foreign investors.
This conference aims to be able to provide certainty and a comprehensive coverage on how the major changes will impact invest in both UK Residential and Commercial Property.
Covering all key aspects of a non-dom property portfolio:
- Alternative Structures for Investment in Residential Property
- Commercial Property and NRCGT
- NRCGT Rules on Shares & Pitfalls to Avoid in Anticipation of the Rule Change
- IHT Pitfalls Every Advisor Needs to Know About
- ATED: What Can Still be Done?
- Investing in Commercial Property: The New Structures & Trends
- How to Hold a Personal Home in The New Regime
Past Delegates Include:
- Hillier Hopkins
- First Names Guernsey
- Pump Court Tax Chambers
- James Cowper Kreston
- Rawlinson Hunter
- Abelmare Ltd
- Charles Russell Speehlys
- Smith & Williamson
- Bircham Dyson Bell
- Jackson Fox
And many more...
Mark Davies, Managing Director, Mark Davies & Associates
Mark established Mark Davies & Associates Ltd in 2007 to focus on the movement of individuals and their capital (in particular entrepreneurs and non-domiciled persons who are resident in the UK) and to provide tax advice on complex structures, particularly those involving offshore trusts and companies.
His main interests include tax planning for non UK-domiciled persons pre-immigration, tax planning for non-UK domiciled persons (and for their ‘toys’ – yachts, jets etc.) while they are resident in the UK, in-bound investment in UK real estate and businesses through offshore structures, and UK investors investing abroad.