Angela is a corporate tax lawyer based in our London office.
Angela's practice focuses on the tax aspects of structured financial transactions, such as securitisations and derivatives, as well as other structured and asset finance products.
On the securitisation side, Angela has acted for rating agencies, originators, arrangers and conduit providers on a wide range of transactions. Her experience includes CMBS and RMBS transactions, hire purchase and lease receivable securitisations, and whole business deals. She has also advised on setting up a securitisation conduit.
Angela has participated in HMRC’s IAS 39 Working Group, a specialist group that is tasked at looking at solutions to tax problems created by the adoption of international financial reporting standards in the area of loans and other financial instruments. She has also participated in HMRC’s Islamic Finance Working Group, a specialist group which has sought to align the UK tax treatment of Islamic financing structures with their conventional counterparts.
Angela has also advised on a large range of structured finance and asset finance transactions, including partnership structures, innovative leasing structures, a joint venture for a major clearing bank and various Tier One capital raisings.
Reference to Angela is made in the Legal 500 “Louise Higginbottom's team at Norton Rose Fulbright includes the ‘very client-focused’ Angela Savin”.
The Government has announced its intention to tax gains which arise from April 2019 when commercial or residential property is sold (directly or indirectly) by a non-UK resident person or entity..
November 30, 2017
It is now two years since diverted profits tax (DPT) was introduced. Up to now, there has been uneven engagement by both taxpayers and HMRC. This is changing. HMRC have started to issue protective payment notices..
June 30, 2017
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Al Rayan Bank Plc (Al Rayan) on a £250 million Sharia-compliant securitisation of home purchase plans (HPPs)..
February 16, 2018
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised real estate developer HB Reavis on the completion of the sale of 33 King William Street, London, to US bank, Wells Fargo..
January 04, 2018