Robin Dabydeen advises on direct and indirect tax issues on a broad range of business matters, principally relating to corporate transactions and on real-estate matters.
In particular, he has developed an expertise in the design and implementation of tax-efficient real-estate structures that cater for both property investment and development opportunities in the UK and overseas. Dabydeen also has considerable experience in advising on the formation and running of investment fund structures (UK and offshore) and fund management arrangements with a proficiency in planning for investors and key management.
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