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Non-domicile individuals relocating to other countries

A webinar series

Our upcoming webinar series is tailored specifically for non-domiciled individuals looking to make a move

We are considering five countries initially – Italy, Spain, Switzerland, UAE and the US.

From April 2025 the current non-dom regime will be abolished, and we are aware that many people are considering their options.

We understand the complexities and considerations involved in relocating to a new country. Our upcoming webinar series is tailored specifically for non-domiciled individuals looking to make a move. We are considering five countries initially – Italy, Spain, Switzerland, UAE and the US.

Our webinars will delve into the key tax and financial aspects that non-domiciled individuals need to be aware of when considering a relocation and the local considerations each country presents. Hosted by our international experts, and in some cases local partners, the session will cover topics such as tax implications, residency requirements, and cultural adjustments followed by an interactive Q&A.

Whether you are exploring a move for personal or professional reasons, this webinar series is designed to equip you with the knowledge and resources necessary for a smooth transition. The insights shared during this session will be invaluable as you navigate the exciting journey of relocating to a new country.

To secure your spot at one or all of these webinars, simply click on the registration links below.

Spain

with Alejandro Abad Algarra
Thursday 27 June | 11:00am – 12 Midday (BST)

Our series will kick off with Senior Manager Alejandro Abad Algarra and our Allinial Global partner Armando Orejas from Vaciero who will discuss the key points to consider when moving to Spain.

Agenda

  • Welcome
  • Presentation
  • Discussion and Q&A
Alejandro Abad Algarra Spain

Italy

with Tomm Adams
Monday 8 July | 12 Midday – 1:00pm (BST)

The second event of the series will be hosted by Blick Rothenberg partner Tomm Adams and our Allinial Global partners Salvatore Valenti and Luca Valdameri from Studio Pirola Pennuto Zei discussing the points to consider when moving to Italy. We will focus on the different tax regimes which may be available to individuals, including the advantages of doing so and how to qualify.

Agenda 

  • Welcome
  • Presentation
  • Discussion and Q&A
Tomm Adams Italy

Switzerland

with Robert Salter
Monday 22 July | 12 Midday – 1:00pm (BST)

The third event of the series will be hosted by Blick Rothenberg Director Robert Salter Jérôme Rüfenacht and Marco Gessler from Gewerbe Treuhand who will discuss the key points to consider when moving to Switzerland.

Agenda 

  • Welcome
  • Presentation
  • Discussion and Q&A
Robert Salter Switzerland

USA

with John Bull & Annie Hughes
Tuesday 6 August | 1:00pm – 2:00pm (BST)

The fourth event of the series will be hosted by Partner and Head of Private Client John Bull , alongside Annie Hughes who will discuss the key points to consider when moving to United States.

Agenda

  • Welcome
  • Presentation
  • Discussion and Q&A
John Bull USA

UAE

with Bal Lota
Date TBC

Our final event of the series will be hosted by Partner Bal Lota and a local partner who will discuss the key points to consider when moving to United States.

Agenda

  • Welcome
  • Presentation
  • Discussion and Q&A
Bal Lota UAE
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International relocation considerations for non-domicile individuals Webinar Series

From April 2025 the current non-dom regime will be abolished, and we are aware that many people are considering their options

We understand the complexities and considerations involved in relocating to a new country. Our upcoming webinar series is tailored specifically for non-domiciled individuals looking to make a move

Our webinars will delve into the key tax and financial aspects that non-domiciled individuals need to be aware of when considering a relocation and the local considerations each country presents