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Caroline Le Jeune


Private Client

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+44 (0)20 7544 8986

I place great emphasis on getting to know what each family needs and what will be appropriate and flexible for them in the future. Once we have established what they need we can make it tax efficient.

I joined Blick Rothenberg in April 2014. I have spent over 20 years working with high net worth individuals, their families, trusts and other related entities, advising on personal tax, inheritance tax and trust issues, with particular focus on non-UK domiciled individuals.

I originally qualified as a solicitor and moved to PwC where I became dual qualified as a Chartered Tax Advisor in 2000, before joining BDO LLP as a partner in 2007.

For me, working with private clients is all about building relationships based on mutual trust and clear communication – something which I find is particularly important when advising on complex and emotive issues such as family governance, personal tax, succession planning and divorce.

I place great emphasis on getting to know what each of my clients and their families want and need. This ensures appropriate and flexible solutions for them both now and in the future. When the needs of the family are met we can make the solution tax efficient. I enjoy working with some truly inspirational and complex clients for whom I can deliver solutions which make a lasting impact. We also have a fantastic team here at Blick Rothenberg, and I take great pleasure in being able to see our people develop and grow professionally.

Specialist areas

  • Advising private individuals on tax efficiency
  • Residency and domicile issues
  • Onshore and offshore trusts
  • Succession planning
  • UK taxation of offshore foundations
  • Separation and divorce
  • Family disputes
  • Inter-generational and family issues.

Qualifications and positions of note

  • Solicitor (non-practising)
  • Chartered Tax Advisor (CIOT)

I am based at

Covent Garden

07 January 2020

Taxpayers who don’t file their tax returns on time will be fined and it could get a lot worse

Almost half the population still have to file their tax returns

20 December 2019

Personal tax planning guide: 2019/20

Personal tax planning guide: 2019/20

18 October 2019

Changes to the taxation of UK commercial property gains

Who is affected and how will the new rules work?