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Brexit – the implications for non-doms in the UK, with Edward Reed



Friday 29th April


12:30 pm to 2:30 pm

at the 34 Restaurant, Mayfair.

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Price Non-Member £140.00

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Friday 29th April 2016

12:30 pm to 2:30 pm


34 Restaurant, Emin Room, 34 Grosvenor Square, London W1K 2HD



UK voters will decide on June 23rd if the country will stay in the European Union or leave it. The upcoming referendum represents a critical juncture for the UK and EU alike, and comes at a time when the global outlook is clouded by unusual uncertainty, on so many fronts.


We all read about the migrant crisis impacting the debate, the loss of sovereignty resented by so many in England, or the ‘compromises’ that David Cameron had to make, and how the UK would do so much better out. The debate is endless, and that’s why we have decided to concentrate on one aspect which is less talked about.


You are non-dom living in the UK, and wondering about the personal consequences that the Brexit could imply, should the UK vote for a Brexit.


Edward Reed, through an interactive talk, will answer your questions.



Edward Reed advises on UK and international wills, trusts and personal tax planning. He is a trustee or protector of a number of private and charitable trusts. Having been educated both in the UK and in France, Edward has developed an affinity for civil law issues generally and acting for French or Italian-speaking and Swiss-based clients in particular.


In conjunction with overseas lawyers, he frequently advises on cross-border estate and succession planning issues. He has a particular interest in the drafting of trusts and some of their constitutional mechanisms and has advised institutional and corporate trustees on the drafting of their standard forms. He advises trustees and settlors on fiduciary and tax issues arising out of the administration of existing structures.


Edward has been quoted extensively in the press and lectured at industry conferences. He also advises clients on philanthropic issues. He advises on UK immigration and nationality law and procedure for private and corporate clients. He has administrative oversight of the firm’s wholly-owned trust company, Embleton Trust Corporation Limited. Edward is a contributor to Tolley’s Administration of Trusts and the author of the England and Wales Chapter in The World Trust Survey (Gothard & Shah) published by Oxford University Press. He is also co-author of the “Trusts, Trustees and the UK Anti Financial Crime Regime”, chapter (C11) in Glasson, The International Trust (3rd Ed. 2011).