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”.
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
A new Diverted Profits Tax (DPT) has been introduced in Finance Act 2015.
May 08, 2015
Andrew Roycroft comments on the budget, noting that encouraging claw-back arrangements is a missed opportunity..
March 29, 2013
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