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 email@example.com
20th February 2020
Informally agreeing with your loved ones what is to happen to your assets after you are gone may not be the best practice. You may not have considered all eventualities, and disputes can arise as to what has or has not been promised. A bitter property dispute between a man and his stepmother proved this. Continue reading »
7th February 2020
Failing to take professional advice and keep accurate accounts makes you more liable to face repercussions from HM Revenue and Customs. In a case on point, an international businessman who claimed to keep details of his income and expenditure ‘in his brain’ was landed with a £40,000 tax bill. Continue reading »
27th January 2020
Elderly people may have little choice but to rely on their loved ones to manage their finances. However, that trust may be taken advantage of. In one case, a retired teacher was heavily fined for making unauthorised withdrawals from the joint building society account he held with his frail mother. Continue reading »
28th November 2019
The older you are when you make or change your will, the greater the risk that your loved ones will become embroiled in dispute after you are gone. The point was proved by a case in which the onset of dementia very nearly thwarted a retired nurse’s wish to divide her estate equally between her four children. Continue reading »
6th September 2019
If you feel that you have suffered a wrong of any kind, a delay in taking legal action can put paid to your chances of obtaining justice. A widow who was left nothing in her deceased husband’s will found that out to her cost when her hopes of obtaining reasonable financial provision from his estate were dashed. Continue reading »
19th February 2020
The Home Secretary, Priti Patel, announced that she aims to drastically reduce the number of EU workers allowed to live and work in the UK by the end of this year. Continue reading »
18th February 2020
MIPIM is just around the corner, and once again Healys LLP will be attending. Continue reading »
3rd February 2020
Healys LLP Women in Business joins forces with local and national businesses to celebrate International Women’s Week 2020 with an extra special event. Continue reading »
The level of fraud crimes committed continue to rise within the UK. Continue reading »
20th January 2020
As Brexit grows closer, immigration has become a key discussion point for Boris Johnson’s cabinet. The UK government has proposed new restrictions set for low-skilled migrants seeking to work in Britain. This policy has not been finalised yet, although there are plans for implementation without transition by the end of December 2020. Continue reading »