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Tim Shaw


Corporate Tax

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+44 (0)20 7544 8983

I am proud to be working for a firm that, despite its rapid growth in recent years, still retains its historic culture and ethos.

I am a Chartered Accountant and joined Blick Rothenberg in 2001, having previously worked for a major international firm and in industry.

I became a partner here in 2004 and specialise in helping businesses of all sizes to manage their business tax liabilities.

I enjoy exposure to clients at all levels where tax is a fundamental concern to them and my expertise encompasses corporate and business tax issues such as business reorganisations/restructuring, employment related securities, cross border issues, M&A and high level compliance.

With 30 years’ experience in professional practice, working with clients across a broad spectrum of sectors, including tech and property, there are few issues that I am yet to have witnessed.

During this time, I have edited LexisPSL tax notes on various areas of taxation and could talk for hours about the pitfalls arising from the EMI tax legislation conditions!

I love my job and I am extremely proud to be working for a firm that is clearly growing rapidly whilst retaining its historic culture and ethos.

Specialist areas

  • Advising on issues including tax efficient holding and financing platforms, ownership and commercialisation of intellectual property, and mergers and acquisitions (M&A).

Qualifications and positions of note

  • FCA

I am based at

Covent Garden

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25 August 2021

Spotlight on…Corporate Interest Restriction

In this edition of 'Spotlight on', Ravi Singh Basra and Tim Shaw provide an overview of the Corporate Interest Restriction rules.

17 August 2021

Making Tax Digital for Corporation Tax

HMRC have published a consultation on the implementation of MTD for Corporation Tax. We summarise which taxes will be updated.

11 August 2021

UK shareholders to continue to qualify for taxation treaty benefits with US following 26 July ruling

There is uncertainty over the impact of Brexit on the ability of UK shareholders to obtain treaty benefits under the UK/US Double Taxation Treaty.