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Matthew Hodkin


Matthew Hodkin


T:+44 20 7444 3944

F:+44 20 7283 6500

Matthew Hodkin is a tax lawyer based in London. He advises on corporate and international tax matters, with particular focus on transactions in the energy, infrastructure and transport sectors. He trained at the practice and became a partner in 2007.

Matthew is ranked in Chambers and Partners, was named as one of Tax Journal’s “40 under 40” UK tax practitioners and is a member of the Law Society Corporation Tax Sub-Committee. Matthew Hodkin is praised by clients for his "quick, concise and practical advice." – Chambers UK 2015

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  • Admissions
    Solicitor, qualified in England & Wales
  • Selected client work
    • Advising on the establishment of funds and joint ventures aimed at enabling investors to participate in renewable energy, aviation and shipping transactions;
    • Advising on the structuring, acquisition and disposal of companies and businesses in the UK renewable energy market;
    • Advising on the structuring and negotiation of leasing transactions in the aviation, rail and shipping markets;
    • Advising on debt capital markets and securitisation structures.
  • Events

    Joost Lobler & EC v Germany

    Two topics on our agenda for this month: rectification and roll-over relief..

    May 19, 2015 | London, United Kingdom | Accreditation 1 CPD hour

  • Videos

    BEPS and tax structuring

    June 2015

  • Publications

    UK Budget 2016

    The Chancellor delivered his UK Budget on 16 March 2016. Many of the measures are geared to the taxation of individuals, including those with a sweet tooth..

    March 16, 2016

  • News

    Norton Rose Fulbright advises lenders on £2.6bn offshore wind farm in Scotland

    Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised a consortium of lenders and financial institutions in relation to the financing of the £2.6bn Beatrice offshore wind farm in Scotland. The senior debt comprised facilities from 13 commercial lenders, along with EKF (Eksport Kredit Fonden) and European Investment Bank..

    May 24, 2016