Matthew Herrington focuses his practice on international tax structuring, including in relation to mergers and acquisitions, private equity, investment funds, transfer pricing, general lending and group restructurings. Matthew advises groups on the tax-efficient structuring of their transactions, and assists multinationals with international tax planning advice in relation to intellectual property, financing, cross-border migrations, global supply chains and transfer pricing. Matthew also represents clients in tax controversy matters, and negotiates settlements with the UK tax authorities.
Matthew is on the Tax Policy Committees of the Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD, the International Chamber of Commerce and the US Council for International Business, and is an active participant in their work. Matthew speaks and publishes regularly on international tax matters, and is involved with a number of professional bodies, including HMRC’s Thin Cap Forum. He is on the editorial board of Financial Instruments: Tax and Accounting Review, and his work has appeared in a number of leading international tax publications, including IBFD’s International Transfer Pricing Journal and CCH’s International Tax Journal.