Inflation is the Enemy – The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement

With inflation rising and following the financial markets’ reaction to the not-so mini, mini-budget, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement had to build global confidence in the UK economy once more. Put crudely, the tax-take had to increase and expenditure needed to decrease. At least the incumbent Chancellor couldn’t do any worse than his predecessor… After…

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UK’s Register of Overseas Entities (“ROE”)

What is ROE?   The ROE is the UK’s application of the requirement to register the beneficial owners of overseas companies that own UK land and property.  It requires all companies owning UK land and property to provide details of their beneficial owners to Companies House; if suitable details aren’t provided, the entities will be prohibited…

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No news is good news for non-doms and investors – Today’s Budget Statement

Rishi Sunak stood in front of the House of Commons with what appeared to be a relatively upbeat message.  Whether the rhetoric becomes fact, only history will tell us, but at least there were no major surprises in the Autumn Budget and Spending Review 2021. No news is good news for non-doms and investors The…

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UK Budget 2021 – Has Rishi met the moment?

UK Budget 2021- An update for international clients and their advisers _________________________________________________________________________________ Almost a year into the Covid-19 pandemic, the Chancellor addressed an almost empty House of Commons today to present his second full Budget. Declaring that his Budget “meets the moment”, Mr Sunak outlined a three part plan to help the country recover from…

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