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Seminar: What the non-dom changes mean for US citizens living in the UK

  • 22 Mar 2016
  • 6:30 PM
  • London & Capital, 7 Triton Square, Regent's Place, London NW1 3HG

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What the non-dom changes mean for US citizens living in the UK

with Tony McLoughlin, Patrick Harney, and James Murray

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London & Capital
7 Triton Square, Regent's Place

London, NW1 3HG

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED BY THE EXTERNAL HOSTS TO TUESDAY 22 MARCH 2016, 6:30pm


London & Capital's US Family office is organizing a seminar in association with Forsters and EY for US citizens living in the UK. Key topics include the proposed changes to non-dom rules, management of offshore assets, and inheritance planning opportunities. Alumni of Brown and Johns Hopkins welcome.


Full Schedule:

Tuesday, March 22, 2016
6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Drinks Reception

7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Presentation, Q&A
8:00 p.m. -                Networking


About the speakers:

Tony McLouglin

US Family Office

Director at London & Capital

Tony has been working in partnership with international private clients and their advisers for over 30 years. Tony was instrumental in the development of the Group’s US operations. Tony is London & Capital’s technical in-house investment expert on portfolio construction specifically relating to UK resident non-domiciled families and in particular to US citizens living in Europe.


Christopher L. McLemore

Attorney at Butler Snow

Chris is an attorney who focuses on wealth transfer

planning and tax in the US. Chris represents high net

worth families and their advisors on domestic and

international tax planning, trusts and estates. Chris

also advises fiduciaries of trusts with US recipients

or settlors, the relinquishment of US citizenship and

relinquishment of lawful permanent residency status.

Chris also advises individuals, financial institutions and

trust companies regarding US federal tax compliance,

including FATCA and the IRS Voluntary Tax Disclosure

and Streamlined filing programs, in addition US

federal tax implications of divorce.


Daniel Hyde

Founding Partner at Westleton Drake

Dan is the founding partner of Westleton Drake, a UK

and US Tax Advisor. Dan founded Westleton Drake in

2009, drawing on his experience as both a client and

an advisor. He heads up of the International Private

Client Practice and specialises in private clients and

high net worth families and individuals. Dan is a

UK Chartered Tax Advisor and an agent enrolled to

practise in front of the Internal Revenue Service. He

is also an active speaker in respect of US tax matters

across Europe, and is on the advisory board of the US

Professionals Association.


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