Dominic Stuttaford is Head of Tax for Europe, Middle East and Asia and Brazil, and is based in London. He focuses on the tax aspects of corporate finance and other finance transactions and structures, with a particular interest in the insurance and technology sectors. He trained at the practice and became a partner in 1999.
Dominic’s experience includes mergers and acquisitions of public and private companies, group restructurings, and acquisition and other finance structures.
Dominic has been recommended for some years in Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 and has been described as “extremely bright”, with clients remarking that “he can be relied upon to come up with the right answers”. ‘Dominic has been recognised as a ‘leading’ Corporate Tax Lawyer by Who’s Who Legal 2014’ Chambers UK 2015 states that "He is very proactive, thorough and knowledgeable, and always delivers what we need, when we need it."
Dominic is a member of the Law Society International Tax Committee and the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CTA). He is on the Editorial Committee of Practical Law for Companies (PLC).
On 28 January 2016 the European Commission published its proposal for a new Directive that lays down certain minimum standard rules against tax avoidance practices.
January 27, 2016
The enforcement of EU State aid rules in relation to tax rulings is a key priority for the EU’s Directorate-General for Competition (DG COMPETITION) under Commission.
December 08, 2015
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised one of the founding families and major shareholders in the sale of the Sani SA Group, which owns and operates....
February 02, 2016
Norton Rose Fulbright announces new tax and share incentives partner.
January 11, 2016