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Stephen Kenny

Partner

Tax

stephen.kenny@blickrothenberg.com

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+44 (0)20 7778 7256

I believe it is key to understand the client’s business and needs and provide them with accurate, clear and timely advice delivered in plain English.

I joined Blick Rothenberg in 2019 as part of an acquisition, having previously been a partner at Rees Pollock.

I have over ten years’ experience advising business owners, with a significant focus on the financial services sector and have a portfolio of international clients both in the UK and abroad. I provide comprehensive tax advice and am proactive in spotting opportunities that may benefit my clients.

I act for some of the largest names in the financial services industry primarily within the hedge fund and private equity structures.

When advising clients, I believe it is key to understand the client’s business and needs and provide them with accurate, clear and timely advice delivered in plain English. As a result of this approach, I am proud that the majority of my clients come from personal recommendations.

Specialist areas

  • Business structuring
  • Financial Services
  • Partnership taxation
  • Personal taxation, including the treatment of carried interest, fund investments
  • Residence, domicile and the remittance basis

Services covered

Qualifications and positions of note

  • LLM (Tax)
  • ACA
  • CIOT
  • TEP

I am based at

Covent Garden

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