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International Services

Expert support for your business to allow you to focus on what matters.

Understanding your international needs

We work with a wide range of clients from companies listed in the UK and overseas, to entrepreneurial businesses, family offices and funds.

Whether you are investing in the UK or using the UK as a launch pad for international expansion, we can support your growth journey, allowing you to invest your resources where they are needed most.

We are proud to have been named as the Best International Tax Team in the Tolley’s Taxation awards 2020, you can read more here.

Our people, your partners

We understand

Businesses and their owners are trading internationally more than ever before and we understand the challenges that your business faces as it expands on a global scale.

Dedicated team

Our people are at the very heart of what we do and are essential to the high level of service we deliver, offering prompt, efficient and technically excellent advice.

Global network

Through our membership of Allinial Global, an association of over 260 leading accounting and advisory firms based in 100+ countries worldwide, we provide international coverage so that wherever you are, we coordinate a truly international service on your doorstep.

Our experts

Partner and Head of International Tax

James Dolan


Simon Gleeson


Mark Abbs


04 October 2022

The impact of the UK Government’s Mini Budget on international businesses

Kwasi Kwarteng delivered a financial statement that reversed years of socio-centric policy. How will these changes impact international businesses?

Switzerland-Geneva 19 October 2021

International working, the EEA and social security (A1) arrangements during the Covid pandemic: Rules now relaxed until 31 December 2021

Robert Salter reviews the EEU (and Swiss) social security authorities’ decision to extend Covid-19 social security concession until 31 December 2021.

11 March 2021

DAC 6: What is it and what are the implications for failing to report?

What is the EU directive 'DAC 6' and what are the implications for failing to report?