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Andrew Roycroft

Senior Associate

Andrew Roycroft


T:+44 20 7444 2262

F:+44 20 7283 6500

Andrew Roycroft is a tax lawyer based in London. Andrew’s practice focuses on providing UK tax advice in relation to the structuring and implementation of corporate transactions, with a particular emphasis on international issues.  He is also experienced in the taxation of executive remuneration (including share incentives, termination packages and the taxation of internally mobile executives).

Chambers & Partners UK lists Andrew as a tax “Associate to watch” and has noted his niche expertise in international tax matters and that he draws praise for his “refined technical skills”.

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  • Admissions
    Solicitor, qualified in England & Wales
  • 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

  • Publications

    Asset management quarterly - Europe

    Brexit, Brexit, Brexit. You would be hard-pushed to have missed the debate, which is set to be decided one way or another on 23 June 2016. The impact of the forthcoming referendum on fundraising has been significant and protracted, with the fund IPO market struggling to woo investors who are uncertain of what the future may bring should Vote Leave prevail. Uncertainty over the result has stalled a number of  deals, although the secondary fundraising market (particularly for private funds) remains robust..

    June 09, 2016

    Entrepreneurs and management equity

    The Chancellor’s aim of backing business and enterprise is to be delivered primarily through cutting entrepreneurial tax rates and introducing targeted tax incentive.

    March 16, 2016

  • News

    Taxation - Replies to Queries

    Andrew Roycroft comments on the new anti-treaty shopping rules that came into effect in Germany in January 2012 in relation to withholding tax..

    October 18, 2012