Tax & Trusts Advisers

Spears 2019

GLEN ATCHISON

HARBOTTLE & LEWIS

Glen Atchison is Harbottle & Lewis’s go-to guy for UHNW and HNW individuals, family offices and trusts for UK and international tax and succession planning, asset protection and succession structures. Atchison says the firm’s clients are ‘looking for adviser relationships… Read More

PAUL AYRES

BDO

Last year Paul Ayres experienced ‘the busiest tax year-end in two decades’ – and this year he’s been even busier. ‘What we’re seeing is a lot of people needing help in terms of restructuring, and they’re looking for a bigger… Read More

HAYDEN BAILEY

BOODLE HATFIELD

Hayden Bailey has seen more complex succession and tax work, involving unravelling property holdings and helping entrepreneurs manage exits and set up family governance structures through trusts or family investment companies. That work belies an emphasis on preservation and communication,… Read More

RACHEL BENTLEY

PWC

PwC’s director of private clients has advised clients all over the world: Rachel Bentley’s work has taken her from Japan to the US and South Africa since 2012. Nowadays she’s particularly focused on developing a private wealth practice in Cape… Read More

FREDERICK BJøRN

PAYNE HICKS BEACH

‘Hard work and an organised mind’ are the key to being a top private client lawyer, says Frederick Bjørn. ‘You have to stay on top of your subject matter in this field while always being available to clients and keeping… Read More

Simon Bloom

SIMON BLOOM

SIMON BLOOM CONSULTANCY

From tech start-ups to multi-generational HNW families, Simon Bloom Consultancy works with a range of clients to help them run their enterprises and transition wealth from one generation to the next. Simon Bloom is the CEO and founder of SBC,… Read More

ROBERT BLOWER

CHARLES RUSSELL SPEECHLYS

‘We are completely client focused,’ says Robert Blower, a partner in the private wealth team at Charles Russell Speechlys, where he specialises in tax, trusts and succession. ‘We take time to get to know a new client, and then we… Read More

David Boyce

DAVID BOYCE

MENZIES

‘The tax system and legislation continue to become more complex and fraught with potential tripwires,’ says David Boyce. ‘Clients should not be without a good adviser.’ Those complexities and dangers have arisen from a change in HMRC’s attitude to tax… Read More

MARK BRIDGES

FARRER & CO

For more than a quarter-century, Lord Bridges has arguably been the pre-eminent lawyer in this field. Down the phone, Spear’s hears the voice that has guided not only the Queen, but also the Duchy of Lancaster through their tax affairs…. Read More

ROBERT BRODRICK

PAYNE HICKS BEACH

Known for representing Arab royalty, British landed families and American UHNWs, Robert Brodrick is a trusted adviser on the ‘full spectrum’ of tax matters. For him and the rest of the tax team at Payne Hicks Beach, 2018 has been… Read More

JONATHAN BURT

HARBOTTLE & LEWIS

‘The social value of our work in a capitalist society is not well understood,’ says Jonathan Burt, a partner in the private client and tax department of Harbottle & Lewis LLP since 2018. ‘Capital is a vital resource for business… Read More

MARK BUZZONI

TAYLOR WESSING

Over the past year, Mark Buzzoni has been involved in some rather ‘heavy-duty arguments with HMRC about domicile’: the changes to domicile rules continue to provide specialists like him with plenty to do. An expert in tax, trusts and family… Read More

DERMOT CALLINAN

SAFFERY CHAMPNESS

‘We have a very entrepreneurial character here in the north-east, and the real economy is doing exceptionally well,’ Dermot Callinan says. ‘Clients have been producing a lot of personal wealth.’ One of our few recommended tax accountants outside London, Callinan… Read More

AMANDA CHAPMAN

DWF

An accomplished cross-border practitioner, private wealth partner Amanda Chapman, who moved to DWF from Brechers in March, has a wealth of experience advising UK and non-UK domiciles, having worked in the estate and tax-planning landscape since 1998. Chapman specialises in… Read More

RUSSELL COHEN

FARRER & CO

‘In terms of legislation it’s settled down a bit. It’s less frantic and less exciting – in a good way,’ says Russell Cohen, a long-standing partner at Farrer. In addition to dealing with a turbulent time in the Middle East… Read More

JEFFERY COHEN

MACKRELL TURNER GARRETT

The engaging and candid Cohen, who is also a qualified Rabbi, recalls his early days. Then a trainee, he impressed a senior partner at Gershon Young Finer & Green (now Finers Stephen Innocent) so much that he would send him… Read More

JONATHAN CONDER

MACFARLANES

‘My transitional year!’ says the irrepressible Jonathan Conder, who speaks to Spear’s fresh from his senior partner appraisal. The retrospective has clearly galvanised him. Last year he handed on the head of department baton to Piers Barclay, and Conder has… Read More

ASHLEY CROSSLEY

BAKER MCKENZIE

Ashley Crossley, Baker McKenzie’s head of wealth management, excitedly tells Spear’s of a ‘colossal’ amount of business coming in from the Middle East, making up almost 75 per cent of his practice this year. He cites the increase of private… Read More

LAURA DADSWELL

PENNINGTONS MANCHES

‘My focus is on building a family office-like offering for legal services to individual clients,’ says Laura Dadswell, Penningtons Manches’s co-head of private wealth, ‘so they can call upon the whole range of tax, property, corporate, family and reputation management… Read More

VICTOR DAUPPE

ARRAM BERLYN GARDNER

Victor Dauppe, Arram Berlyn Gardner’s tax partner, has immense knowledge of tax – so much so that he has written and lectured extensively on the subject and co-authored a textbook on intellectual property law and taxation. ‘He is a well-known… Read More

MARK DAVIES

MARK DAVIES & ASSOCIATES

‘Although it’s quite a big shift, it’s almost like coming home,’ Mark Davies says of the collaboration his firm now has with Andersen Global. The boutique is now larger, with access to a network of advisers across 100 locations. Davies… Read More

BASIL DIXON

PAYNE HICKS BEACH

‘We’re always trying to avoid a dispute, even if you’re doing such a basic thing like a will – you’ve got to be thinking “what are the potential pitfalls in this and how can I plan so that they don’t… Read More

SOPHIE DWORETZSKY

WITHERS

The UK tax system is ‘wildly, unnecessarily complex, which is unfair on taxpayers,’ says Withers partner Sophie Dworetzsky, highlighting the regular change of underlying policy – such as the non-dom rules – which leads to huge uncertainty. ‘From the country’s… Read More

Leonard Evans

LEONARD EVANS

THE PROFS

Leo Evans, CEO of The Profs, believes succession planning is about much more than just passing on money. For Evans, top students need tailored, personal executive education to further core professional development. The Profs is a global team of 400… Read More

TOM EVENNETT

EY

Tom Evennett, who recently joined EY from Deloitte, is no stranger to Spear’s: he was named Accountant of the Year at our Young Turk Awards in 2014. ‘[I arrived] to further develop the firm’s brand and continue to grow the… Read More

SARAH FARROW

FRANK HIRTH

Sarah Farrow joined Frank Hirth in 2016 to head up the UK tax team, arriving with almost 20 years of experience working in private client tax for KPMG, New Quadrant Partners and RSM. Since spending some time in Jersey in… Read More

CERIS GARDNER

MAURICE TURNOR GARDNER

‘Clients [are either] concerned about the uncertainty that pervades everything, [or] quite relaxed about it,’ says Ceris Gardner. ‘That second group thinks, “If it gets too bad, I’m internationally mobile enough to leave these shores.”’ Many of her clients are… Read More

JONATHAN GODWIN-AUSTEN

HUNTERS

In the past year, Hunters’ Jonathan Godwin-Austen has been busy with ‘two particularly large generational transfer projects for big landed families’ – an area he has come to specialise in. He describes the steps involved: ‘Defining who “family” is, who… Read More

PETER GOLDEN

LINKLATERS

Respected private client lawyer Peter Golden joined Linklaters in 2016 to head up its trusts team. He relishes the firm’s international reach and the ability to offer his expertise in a support role on a wide range of transactions. ‘With… Read More

DAWN GOODMAN

WITHERS

Dawn Goodman was one of the first to specialise in private client work in the arena of succession and probate in the Eighties. ‘At law school I would have thought of it as rather dusty and esoteric,’ she says. ‘I… Read More

JEREMY GORDON

FARRER & CO

‘Very lively, very busy,’ is Farrer’s partner Jeremy Gordon’s description of his year, citing an increase in domestic wills disputes and inheritance tax claims. ‘People prepare wills and trusts which they expect to stand up to scrutiny and sometimes human… Read More

CHARLES GOTHARD

MACFARLANES

‘The distinctive thing about Macfarlanes is that we have a reputation as the only firm that has a leading reputation for both private client and corporate work,’ says Charles Gothard, the razor-sharp co-head of the firm’s family office group. It… Read More

BEN GRIST

DIXON WILSON

A mathematics graduate from the University of Cambridge, Ben Grist thrives on the challenge of explaining complex issues to his UK and international clients. ‘The key is to provide clear, practical advice to clients on what they need to do… Read More

MARK HARRIS

RAWLINSON & HUNTER

‘It is natural that foreign nationals residing temporarily in the UK will want to retain significant amounts of their wealth outside the UK and shouldn’t be abused for doing so,’ says Mark Harris, a private client partner at Rawlinson &… Read More

MARY HASE

BUZZACOTT

Mary Hase is private client director at Buzzacott, with a strong specialism in advising clients in accountancy and taxation matters. She observes that nowadays clients are more concerned about whether their money is going to last, or whether it will… Read More

JAMES HENDER

SAFFERY CHAMPNESS

James Hender’s clients are worried about more than Brexit – they’re also worried a change in government could have a ‘radical impact’ on their lives and a very changed tax landscape. Aside from preparing clients for this hypothetical future, Hender… Read More

ELIZABETH HENSON

PWC

‘Incremental tinkering doesn’t really have the desired effect,’ says Elizabeth Henson, calling for a tax sphere ‘fit for the future’. Henson heads PwC’s private client and private business teams, and is the go-to for UHNW families with global investments and… Read More

PAULA HIGGLETON

DELOITTE

‘I’ve been there, done that, got the T-shirt,’ jokes Deloitte’s doyenne of private wealth, Paula Higgleton, about the depths of complexity and the many tomes she has dived into during her 25 years in tax. Higgleton, a private client partner… Read More

ROGER HOLMAN

DWF

It was an eventful 2018 for Roger Holman, who in March joined DWF’s new private capital team as director. Holman has more than 20 years’ experience in the field, specialising in private wealth tax, both in the UK and internationally,… Read More

Craig Hughes

CRAIG HUGHES

MENZIES

‘To the sighs of my partners, I often quote from Muhammad Ali when he was having a meal with one of my clients,’ says Menzies tax partner Craig Hughes. ‘He said: “The greatest thing you can give to others is… Read More

DANIEL HYDE

WESTLETON DRAKE

Daniel Hyde describes his client base as consisting mostly of ‘Americans whose children speak with British accents’. With Trump’s tax reforms and the non-dom reforms in the UK, that client base has been significantly buffeted in the past year. ‘The… Read More

STUART JANAWAY

OSBORNE CLARKE

‘We’ve always been on the UHNW end,’ says partner Stuart Janaway, ‘and we’re certainly winning more complicated mandates in lots of different jurisdictions.’ His momentum is built on his experience acting for an array of offshore trusts in Europe, the… Read More

SIMON JENNINGS

SMITH & WILLIAMSON

‘It’s a more appropriate firm for me to work towards retirement,’ Simon Jennings tells Spear’s two years after his move to Smith & Williamson from Rawlinson & Hunter, where he was partner for over three decades. Jennings is impressed by… Read More

GERAINT JONES

BKL

The private client tax team at BKL specialises in high-level tax advice for HNWs and UHNWs, especially for property, non-domiciled and non-resident individuals. Clients are largely international, with significant numbers based in the Middle East and Far East. ‘The government… Read More

GRAEME KLEINER

CHARLES RUSSELL SPEECHLYS

Graeme Kleiner, head of contentious trusts and estates at Charles Russell Speechlys, ‘really knows his stuff and is fantastically good at soothing troubled waters’, says one industry colleague. Kleiner trained in the contentious trusts and estates group at Withers, where… Read More

SUE LAING

BOODLE HATFIELD

As discussions around the legitimate drive for transparency and concerns over family privacy continue, particularly in the context of trusts and the ownership of companies, Sue Laing has been helping her clients deal with the changing legislative framework and the… Read More

Helen Langworthy

HELEN LANGWORTHY

BISHOP & SEWELL

Private client lawyer Helen Langworthy believes ‘those who can develop a relationship of trust with clients will always succeed’. It is an especially prescient mantra for the personal area of family wealth. In one memorable instance Langworthy found the relationship… Read More

MICHAEL LEWIS

FRANK HIRTH

Private client tax director at Frank Hirth, Michael Lewis has over 20 years’ experience advising UHNWs on international private client tax issues. After 19 years with Deloitte, he joined Frank Hirth in August 2016 and was promoted to the board… Read More

GREG LIMB

KPMG

‘The past 12 months have been about preparing for the unexpected,’ says KPMG’s busy head of private client, nearly two years into the role. Greg Limb has been helping his network of global clients navigate the uncertain world of tax…. Read More

CHARLES LLOYD

MACFARLANES

Urbane, with a calm confidential manner, Charles Lloyd is a muchliked figure in the profession. It’s a reputation born of hard work: ‘I’ve been quite busy for the last six months,’ he says. ‘There are things I should do, like… Read More

ANDREW LOCKWOOD

SMITH & WILLIAMSON

Private client tax partner at Smith & Williamson’s family office services division Andrew Lockwood describes his client base as ‘a portfolio of families who have interests in land, mostly old-fashioned landed estates, spread around the country. I help them to… Read More

ROBERT MACRO

DRUCES

‘A gentleman, a genius and a valued advisor’, said a leading industry peer recently. Robert Macro is a partner and vocal representative for the HNW industry and City law firm Druces, heading the international wealth and fiduciary team. Macro has… Read More

RICHARD MANYON

PAYNE HICKS BEACH

‘The best part of my job is the satisfaction from really mastering a case and besting good quality opposition’, says Richard Manyon, a partner at Payne Hicks Beach. Since starting at the firm almost 12 years ago, he’s been involved… Read More

PIERS MASTER

CHARLES RUSSELL SPEECHLYS

‘Succession remains at the heart of what we do,’ says Piers Master. But the emphasis has changed. ‘There is less tax-driven structuring than there was ten years ago, and much more emphasis on control, governance and regulatory matters.’ The head… Read More

CLARE MAURICE

MAURICE TURNOR GARDNER

Clare Maurice says her work has come from three different streams. First, a number of clients are worried about their immigration status following Brexit. ‘We’re shadowboxing a bit,’ says Maurice. ‘We’ve had more clarity recently – it looks as though… Read More

DAVID MELLOR

DIXON WILSON

David Mellor believes the tax code is overdue major simplification. ‘Technically, it is achievable and would be an incredibly good thing,’ he says, ‘[but] whether there is the political will is a different matter – politics is a short-term game.’… Read More

JEFF MILLINGTON

SMITH & WILLIAMSON

It’s a case of gamekeeper turned poacher for Jeff Millington, who started his career at HMRC aged 17 and left 24 years later. ‘It helps if you know what the inspector is thinking.’ He says inexperienced inspectors often get lost… Read More

PATRICIA MILNER

WITHERS

‘There’s lots of uncertainty,’ Patricia Milner explains. ‘Quite a few clients are wondering whether they should stay or leave – that is very unsettling.’ Of course, the current tax and regulatory environment doesn’t help. Milner lists some of the changes:… Read More

CHRIS MOORCROFT

HARBOTTLE & LEWIS

Chris Moorcroft advises UHNW and HNWs on how to best structure their wealth. This includes the use of estate planning vehicles such as companies, trusts and foundations to manage the controlled devolution of wealth and family businesses to younger generations,… Read More

RACHEL MORRIS

CHARLES RUSSELL SPEECHLYS

Rising star Rachel Morris sits within the tax, trust and succession planning team at Charles Russell Speechlys, where she trained, qualifying in 2012. Her work focuses on advising individuals and families in relation to personal tax, wills, estate planning and… Read More

JAMES MURRAY

FRANK HIRTH

James Murray joined Frank Hirth in 2002 as part of its first graduate intake, progressing quickly to associate director and creating the Privately-Owned Business team, before leaving in 2014 to lead and grow the US private client practice at EY… Read More

PAULA MYERS

IRWIN MITCHELL PRIVATE WEALTH

The expertise of Irwin Mitchell’s national Wills, Trusts and Estate Disputes team (WTED), which Paula Myers heads, is sought by a ‘full range’ of clients both local and abroad, and is even recommended by competitors in the field. Myers is… Read More

DAVID NELSON

DIXON WILSON

‘It’s been another year of diversity – no two families are the same,’ says David Nelson, senior partner at Dixon Wilson. Nelson joined the firm in 1990, and has garnered significant experience in advising wealthy families on their tax issues,… Read More

FILIPPO NOSEDA

MISHCON DE REYA

‘Increasingly, the answer to a client’s question is not written in a textbook,’ says Filippo Noseda, a partner in the sizeable Mishcon Private team. He tells Spear’s how the traditional trusted adviser role of a private client lawyer has changed… Read More

CHRISTOPHER PAGE

CHARLES RUSSELL SPEECHLYS

Christopher Page leads Charles Russell Speechlys’ landed estates team in sharing their extensive experience and expertise with their rural business and landed estates clients, enabling them to identify and benefit from new opportunities, to answer the questions posed by new… Read More

LIZ PALMER

HOWARD KENNEDY

A disconnect between different jurisdictions when it comes to interpreting the CRS rules has thrown up ‘unhelpful anomalies’ in the tax world, says Liz Palmer. The head of private client and family at Howard Kennedy, who specialises in offshore cases,… Read More

BART PEERLESS

CHARLES RUSSELL SPEECHLYS

Bart Peerless is beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel. ‘We’ve just emerged from the big non-dom tax changes – unless there’s a fundamental change of approach, we’re probably at the end of a journey that… Read More

ANTHONY POULTON

BAKER MCKENZIE

Anthony Poulton has built up a highly international practice based on exceptional competence as well as an amiable personality. His clientele includes trustees, executors, protectors, beneficiaries and interested third parties. He’s known for handling work with a Middle East, Far… Read More

BEATRICE PUOTI

BURGES SALMON

One of the few private client lawyers who can advise on Italian as well as UK issues – and bilingually as well – Beatrice Puoti is known as the go-to lawyer for HNWs with southern European interests. She also specialises… Read More

JAMES QUARMBY

STEPHENSON HARWOOD

‘I was once asked by a client during a meeting to look after her priceless pearl necklace while she travelled abroad.’ Clearly, James Quarmby’s career as a tax adviser has never been ordinary. He joined law firm Stephenson Harwood LLP… Read More

EDWARD REED

MACFARLANES

A go-to sage for international UHNWs on wills, trusts and personal tax planning, Edward Reed has spent his career dealing with ‘western European matters’: matters he is well suited to handling, having spent his formative years in France. Reed still… Read More

JOHN RICHES

RMW LAW

John Riches has a unique place in the private client world, as both a superb practitioner and adviser to STEP on complex transparency matters – there is probably no one alive who knows more about the CRS. He has also… Read More

NICOLA ROBERTS

DELOITTE

A year into her role as head of private client services at Deloitte, where she’s responsible for the Big Four firm’s provision of tax services both domestically and nationally, Nicola Roberts is busier than ever. Not that she’s complaining: ‘It’s… Read More

NICK RUCKER

IRWIN MITCHELL PRIVATE WEALTH

Nick Rucker’s client list ranges ‘from the modestly wealthy to the UHNW’, and he relishes the variety. ‘They [the clients] tend to be complex,’ he says, ‘but it is surprising how often more modest clients, who aren’t as high-profile, can… Read More

ALEX RUFFEL

IRWIN MITCHELL PRIVATE WEALTH

For Alex Ruffel, Irwin Mitchell Private Wealth’s tax and trusts partner, 2018 has been dominated by cases relating to fall-outs from the 2017’s tax changes and increased uncertainty in the Middle East. This has resulted in the lawyer’s ‘largest single… Read More

SIMON RYLATT

BOODLE HATFIELD

It’s been a busy year for Boodle Hatfield’s Simon Rylatt. He says HMRC has become ‘more challenging, inquisitive and determined’, but it still hasn’t been doing enough to ensure the impact of technology and information exchange is being handled properly…. Read More

ALEXANDRA SARKIS

HUNTERS SOLICITORS

Alexandra Sarkis joined Hunters back when it merged with May, May and Merrimans in 2015, having qualified as a solicitor in 1984. Sarkis was appointed as joint head of the private client department, which constitutes approximately half the firm. Since… Read More

NIMESH SHAH

BLICK ROTHENBERG

When it comes to the tax system as a whole, Nimesh Shah is ‘a huge believer in simplification’: ‘When I started there were two books: A and B, and now it’s A to H plus indices. The myriad of rules… Read More

JITU SHAH

PRICE BAILEY

Jitu Shah observes the HNW world is suffering from a dual paralysis. ‘People aren’t making any decisions because of Brexit,’ he notes. ‘Property transactions seem to have come to a standstill, especially among foreign buyers.’ The other thing on everybody’s… Read More

DANIEL SIMON

COLLYER BRISTOW

Daniel Simon is the senior partner at Collyer Bristow, and has been working in the tax and estate planning department since he qualified in 1993. He has particular expertise in UK and US cross-border planning, but Simon is certainly no… Read More

DANIEL SOPHER

SOPHER + CO

‘Dealing with families and family business, we invest a lot of time in helping clients resolve their differences without causing rifts in familial relationships,’ says Daniel Sopher, who has a background in both tax advisory and law. After studying law… Read More

LISA SPEARMAN

MERCER & HOLE

Lisa Spearman decided she wanted to work in tax at the age of 13, undertaking numerous internships to ensure her dream came true. Now an expert on the tax consequences of offshore trusts and residence and domicile issues, Spearman leads… Read More

CAROLYN STEPPLER

CREDIT SUISSE

Previously a private client tax partner at EY in London, Carolyn Steppler is now head of UK wealth planning for Credit Suisse in Switzerland. She works with PE principals, entrepreneurs, CEOs, and family offices, particularly non-doms. She helps the private… Read More

CLARE STIRZAKER

PWC

PwC’s family office leader and tax partner Clare Stirzaker is known for her excellence in helping family businesses and family offices design the right long-term structures. ‘A well-advised family will have a strong governance framework in place, in addition to… Read More

JAMES SYKES

SAFFERY CHAMPNESS

‘I’m not someone who’s got my head in the tax law book the whole time,’ says Saffery’s chairman James Sykes. ‘For me it’s more about going out and meeting people, helping them achieve their aims.’ He says: ‘Rich people are… Read More

RUPERT TICEHURST

BERWIN LEIGHTON PAISNER

‘If litigators were dogs, a client would need a mutt with a mix of qualities – not bred for anything in particular, and so able to adapt,’ is Rupert Ticehurst’s theory. His background is in advising on non-contentious trusts, wills… Read More

David Truman

DAVID TRUMAN

MENZIES

The last year has been an unusual one for Menzies’ head of private clients David Truman, who has seen fewer unannounced changes to tax law coming into force than is typical. A private client specialist with particular nous handling non-dom,… Read More

JAMES WALKER

BUZZACOTT

Following almost a decade in Jersey, James Walker returned to the UK, where after a stint as a non-dom specialist at an accountancy firm he set up his own practice. He now heads up the Buzzacott private client team and… Read More

CAMILLA WALLACE

WEDLAKE BELL

‘Take advice regularly from professionals and not on the golf course or at the marina,’ says the straight-talking Camilla Wallace, head of the private client group at Wedlake Bell. She specialises in both offshore and onshore trust structuring, and advises… Read More

WENDY WALTON

BDO

‘I fell into it,’ says Wendy Walton, of a career that’s won her Spear’s 2014 Private Client Accountant of the Year, and saw her made head of BDO Global Private Client Services in 2016. ‘BDO was my gap year before… Read More

TREVOR WARMINGTON

RAWLINSON & HUNTER

Trevor Warmington has enjoyed his first year as partner at Rawlinson & Hunter, having had two ‘substantial’ client wins, one of which required additional staffing, as well as drawing on the expertise of colleagues across the business. Having joined the… Read More

NICK WARR

TAYLOR WESSING

The head of the private client department at Taylor Wessing, Nick Warr notes a ‘global fear’ among his clients, resulting from economic and geopolitical events. As a result, many are bent more on wealth preservation than generation. ‘They can’t really… Read More

SIMON WEIL

BIRCHAM DYSON BELL

Simon Weil might breathe old-school charm, but he’s also a cutting-edge thinker on the state of taxation law. ‘Earlier in the year we did a presentation in the Channel Islands called “The Endless Labyrinth”,’ he says. ‘We looked at where… Read More

SUZANNE WILLIS

WESTLETON DRAKE

Suzanne Willis joined as a partner of Westleton Drake in 2014 to expand the HNW private client focus of the international tax practice. She has enjoyed being integral to its growth while maintaining core principles of practical advice, excellent client… Read More

IAIN YOUNGER

FRANK HIRTH

‘What sets us apart is our experience and focus on US and UK international tax matters, which hasn’t changed over the last 42 years,’ says Iain Younger, who has been at Frank Hirth for his whole career. Now a board… Read More