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Robert-Pullen

Robert Pullen

Partner

Private Client

robert.pullen@blickrothenberg.com

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+44 (0)20 7544 8996

I take great pride in helping my clients to achieve their personal aims, providing advice to guide them through key life events.

I am a Chartered Tax Adviser and joined Blick Rothenberg in January 2014.

I advise high net worth individuals on a range of personal tax matters and assist non-domiciled individuals in structuring their investments tax-efficiently to preserve wealth for future generations.

I also provide expertise in relation to offshore trusts and act for non-UK domiciled individuals, assisting with the associated tax issues that arise.

Working with my entrepreneurial clients, I am particularly experienced in advising on property tax matters and help clients to put in place efficient ownership structures.

I take great pride in helping my clients to achieve their personal aims, providing advice to guide them through key life events such as a business disposal or relocation, and helping them to achieve wealth generation (and realisation).

Throughout my time in professional practice, I have helped many families transition wealth to younger generations and have helped to structure a variety of different types of investments in a tax-efficient manner.

I am a regular contributor to the specialist trade and national press on personal tax issues and can also be found speaking at internal and external events and seminars on this topic.

Specialist areas

  • Advising high net worth individuals on issues including Inheritance Tax (IHT)
  • Succession planning
  • Wealth generation and realisation
  • Business sales
  • Restructuring
  • Property tax
  • Business ownership structures

Qualifications and positions of note

ATT, Chartered Tax Advisor (CIOT)

I am based at

Covent Garden

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Insights

13 January 2022

Remittance basis taxpayers and loans which are used in the UK

HMRC have updated their manuals on the UK tax treatment of loans that have been made to individuals on the remittance basis of taxation.

13 January 2022

Higher Income Child Benefit Charge (HICBC) should be scrapped immediately

Robert Salter takes a look at the Higher Income Child benefit Charge and why it is no longer fit for purpose.

09 December 2021

Personal tax planning guide: 2021/22

In this guide we set out some tax tips and actions that all taxpayers should consider in advance of the tax year end.