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    The International Wealth Structuring team at Healys offers a full bespoke service to high-net -worth individuals and their families. As part of the international team’s mandate, they help successful families and entrepreneurs protect their assets.

    The team offers a wide range of advice on all aspects of wealth structuring. This can involve using international and domestic trusts in both local and offshore jurisdictions.

    Our experts of over 20 years’ experience are able to advise you on where is best to protect your assets and the necessary tax reporting on your wealth if you enter the UK on a temporary basis for visits for work, business or other reasons, or should you and your family decide to remain there permanently.

    Most of our clients are foreign nationals that have entered the UK using the Tier 1 Investor/ Entrepreneur visa and are planning to secure their wealth and pass it on to future generations.

    Whether or not they or their families choose to remain, many of our clients acquire properties in the UK. Recent changes to a number of the tax rules presents challenges as regards structuring the property purchase in the most tax-effective and beneficial manner for clients and their families.

    Our team is on hand to guide you through the red tape and give you practical and commercially sound advice that is tailored to your situation. The team can advise on the most tax-efficient way of protecting and growing your wealth.

    For more information on our services or to have a free consultation please contact one of the team on 020 7822 4000 / 01273 685 888 or email international@healys.com

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    International Wealth Structuring capabilities
    International Wealth Structuring experiences
    • Inheritance tax and offshore estate planning advice in the context of a foreign domiciled businessman having disposed of his UK business to international purchasers and claiming UK entrepreneur’s relief on the gain for capital gains tax
    • Advice to South American clients to acquire a London residential property structured to avoid inheritance tax, capital gains tax and annual tax on enveloped dwellings and restructure of UK investment properties through an offshore structure to avoid inheritance tax
    • Advice regarding creation of offshore trust for UK family of Italian parents consequent upon tax disclosures between Italy and Switzerland in relation to family investments held in Switzerland
    • Co-ordinate international offshore structures for wealthy South African family whose members have moved to the Australia, the US and Canada
    • Co-ordinate the offshore structuring for the international textile business of a wealthy Indian family, including licensing of international brands, repatriation of a particular brand to India with a view to Indian listing, and international development of another well known fashion brand involving offshore holding and licensing entities
    • Advice regarding divestment of US investor in a South African food conglomerate, restructure of existing Jersey trust structures involving Dutch “Co-op” and Antilles holding structure, and disposal of part of the South African business under the Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) programme
    • Advice relative to a number of US foreign grantor trusts for heads of families with children and relatives in the US to avoid US tax on income, future “step- up” basis to avoid tax on historical gains and tie in with US family perpetual trust and estate planning
    • Advice regarding a purpose trust structure to hold resort properties in Thailand as part of commercial joint venture holiday concept similar to timeshare for UK and US joint venture partners
    • Advice relative to restructure and rationalisation of Jersey trusts for Singaporean high net worth family with a view to creation of private trust company/ family office structure
    • Working with US tax lawyers to interpose a purpose trust structure holding a finance company between existing Jersey Trust and US trust structures requiring funding to develop US shopping complexes and commercial property
    • Advice relating to the creation of unitised property trusts in Jersey (JPUT) and Guernsey (GPUT) for international commercial property investments in the UK
    International Wealth Structuring insights
    • Court of Appeal Allows Will Dispute to Proceed

      2nd April 2020

      There is a general principle that a person may leave their estate to anyone they wish, but legislation exists. The Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 allows people dependent on a deceased person to claim against the estate if they are not provided for in the will. Continue reading »

    International Wealth Structuring awards
    International Wealth Structuring news
    • Case Study – DP v Barts Health NHS Trust

      28th May 2020

      Jonathan acted on behalf of a 23 year old female in relation to her claim for clinical negligence that happened in 2015 at Whipps Cross Hospital in London. The Claimant had a relevant past gynaecological and obstetric history of a previous caesarean section in 2013 and previous laparotomy for ovarian cystectomy at 10 years of age. This was classified as a high risk pregnancy and the Claimant was referred to a Consultant in the Antenatal Clinic at Whipps Cross Hospital for review. The Claimant had elected to have a caesarean section. The Claimant had previously undergone an emergency lower segment caesarean section due to a failure to progress when having her first child. Continue reading »

    • Coronavirus Guidance

      18th March 2020

      Healys LLP is monitoring developments concerning Covid-19 to ensure the wellbeing and health of its staff and clients, in line with current guidelines from Public Health England.  Our offices remain open but a number of people are working remotely and we will continue to meet our clients’ needs. In the event we are required to close, we will continue to provide a service as best and practicably as possible. Continue reading »