Private Practice

Private Client Associate

Private Client Associate

  • About the Firm: Winckworth Sherwood is an exciting, diverse and growing business. Joining our team will see you work with some of the UK’s most interesting clients.
  • About the Role: You will be assisting the partners with technical tax advice relating to residence, domicile, the remittance basis, taxation of offshore trusts, non-resident individuals and structures.
  • Looking for: As someone who is adept at the technical side of the role, we are looking to secure your tax expertise and experience, also your enjoyment client exposure and that you would welcome the opportunity to be involved in shaping a growing, vibrant practice.
  • Opportunities: You will have the opportunity to cultivate long-term relationships, serve as trusted advisors to family offices, Ultra High Net Worth individuals and High Net Worth individuals. You will also assist with discrete matters by providing focused, rapid and pragmatic advice, including to offshore trustees.
  • And more: The team consists of fee-earners with a mix of both international and domestic private wealth experience: Dhana Sabanathan, Tim Snaith, Hugh MacDougald, Penny Manfield and Emi Page. The team is welcoming, dedicated and known for its outstanding client care.

Winckworth Sherwood LLP

Winckworth Sherwood is a fast growing full service commercial firm headquartered in London with a focus on exceptional client service and a commercial approach.

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