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Trowers & Hamlins appoints head of private wealth

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City and international law firm Trowers & Hamlins has strengthened its private wealth practice with the appointment of specialist tax lawyer Simon Goldring as head of private wealth. 

 
Goldring (pictured), who took up his new position in early June, joins Trowers from RadcliffesLeBrasseur, where he has been a partner since 2008 and the firm’s head of tax and private client since 2009. 
 
With over 25 years of experience, Goldring’s expertise spans all facets of domestic and international private wealth and taxation, including personal and corporate tax planning, domicile and residence planning, asset protection, wills, trusts, power of attorney, probate, and corporate structuring. He has acted for a variety of clients, ranging from high net worth individuals, family offices and entrepreneurs to multi-national corporations and small businesses. 
 
Goldring is a Chartered Tax Advisor (CTA), a member of STEP (Society of Trust and Estates Practitioners), a Fellow of the Association of Taxation Technicians, and he has an Advanced Diploma in International Taxation (ADIT).
 
Michael Pattinson, head of corporate at Trowers & Hamlins, says: "We are delighted to welcome Simon to Trowers & Hamlins. Having Simon on board represents a major step forward in enhancing the firm’s private wealth practice.  His skill and know-how, combined with the existing strengths of the wider corporate team, will ensure we can better meet the needs of our clients by providing a full-service private wealth practice in the UK and internationally."
 
Goldring says: "I am very pleased to have joined the team at Trowers & Hamlins and am eager to put my experience to good use in further building the firm’s private wealth practice."

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