Claire Murray has extensive experience advising individuals, beneficiaries and offshore trustees on a variety of estate, trust and UK tax and compliance issues. She advises clients on integrated international tax planning and structuring, including inheritance and estate planning, as well as on migration planning including advice on residence, domicile and double tax treaty issues.
Advising trustees, settlors and beneficiaries on trust and tax matters relating to the establishment and administration of offshore structures and the funding of beneficiaries in the UK and other jurisdictions
Citywealth 2010, Up and Coming, and Tomorrow Club Woman of the Year runner-up
Chartered Institute of Taxation, previous secretary of the Capital Taxes Subcommittee
Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners, student member
Nottingham Law School, LPC, with distinction, 1999
Nottingham Law School, PgDL, with commendation, 1998
University College London, MA, with distinction, 1997
Wadham College, University of Oxford, BA, 1996
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