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Ashley Greenbank

Partner at Macfarlanes

London, United Kingdom

About Me

Ashley advises on the full range of corporate tax issues, but particular specialisations include the corporate tax aspects of UK and cross-border corporate finance and M&A transactions, group tax planning and dispute resolution.

Ashley also has broad experience in handling disputes with tax authorities. He is a part-time Judge in the First Tier Tribunal (Tax Chamber), a Deputy Judge in the Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery) and a CEDR accredited mediator.

Ashley is a member of the Tax Law Committee of the Law Society and its Corporation Tax Sub-Committee. In that capacity he is active in making representations to and in consultations with Government and tax authorities on changes to existing legislation and new policy proposals. He is also a member of the committee of the British Branch of the International Fiscal Association.

Ashley also advises companies on group structuring and strategic tax planning (including corporate residence, permanent establishment, transfer pricing and CFC issues) and assists our private client group on corporate tax aspects of structuring issues for substantial privately held groups.

Ashley Greenbank's Passles

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A green, yellow and white Brexit...

Not so long ago we were promised a red, white and blue Brexit, but it would appear that the true colours of Brexit are green, yellow and...

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A lot of huffing and puffing...

It's the week of the Spring Statement, an event which, if reports are to be believed, promises a lot of announcements but not much action.

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Reform of taxation of intangibles: yet more consultation

As promised at the time of the Autumn Budget, the Government has launched a consultation on reform of the intangible fixed asset regime....

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Brexit: Let's pretend...

The Financial Times has reported the issue of a technical note by the UK Government in which it is suggested that EU/third country...

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