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Ashley Crossley

Partner

Specialism: Lawyers Non-contentious Trusts, Tax, Estate Planning

Company: Baker McKenzie

Location: London, England

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Peer review:

Ashley and his team offer expert cross-border tax and trust structuring advice to international HNW clients, particularly in Russia/CIS and the Middle East, and demonstrate not only excellent legal skills but an invaluable commercial understanding of their clients' needs and the ability to find practical and innovative solutions to tax and trust issues.

06 Feb 2018

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2017  Magic Circle Awards

Lawyer of the Year

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Average client size: Over £25 million

Fixed fee offering: No

Baker McKenzie

Number of offices globally: More than 5

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Ashley and his team offer expert cross-border tax and trust structuring advice to international HNW clients, particularly in Russia/CIS and the Middle East, and demonstrate not only excellent legal skills but an invaluable commercial understanding of their clients' needs and the ability to find practical and innovative solutions to tax and trust issues.

06 Feb 2018

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Client work includes:

  • Advising Middle Eastern families on establishing international asset-holding structures and Family Offices in the UK including tax, asset protection and regulation in the UK and internationally. The structuring involved analysis of competing multiple jurisdictions and the innovative use of regulated funds for confidentiality and compliance requirements. Matters expanded to include tax and structuring advice on several transactions in the UK, US and Europe for family office investments.
  • Advice and structuring on the holding of bitcoin and the tax, asset protections and regulation of this new currency. This involved the team in cutting edge trust and tax structuring and regulation issues on the transfer, holding and evidencing of these innovative assets.
  • Advice to trustees in relation to trust and UK tax implications of offshore family settlements. Advising the trustees on disclosure and tax reporting obligations under HMRC tax investigation into the tax affairs of the trusts and beneficiaries. Also included the detailed negotiation and successful settlement of outstanding matters with HMRC. Advice in relation to the changes to the taxation of high value UK residential property and UK resident non-domiciliary regime