5.00 pm - Welcome and introduction, Ziva Robertson
5.15 pm - Recent changes affecting non-doms, Dhana Sabanathan and Simon Gibb
5.45 pm - The Common Reporting Standard, Astrid Owen and David Adler
6.15 pm - French perspectives in connection with non-dom changes and CRS, Jean-Marc Tirard
Following the United Kingdom’s general election in May 2015, George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, gave the new Government’s first budget speech on 8 July 2015. In his speech, Mr Osborne announced changes to the tax rules relating to non-domiciled individuals, which are scheduled to take effect in April 2017. This seminar seeks to address the key issues and provide unique insight to assist individuals and private client intermediaries with practical solutions for advising on restructuring non-dom clients’ affairs as necessary.
In addition, this seminar will also cover the developments on the CRS, with the added benefit of providing a transatlantic perspective using our in-depth experience pertaining to the ways in which this will interact with, and build upon, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).
Furthermore, Jean-Marc Tirard (a French avocat, now based in our London office) will be offering a more bespoke session as to how these developments affect French individuals.