Hong Kong – UK bridge: planning for coming to the UK webinar
Please join us for our ‘Hong Kong – UK bridge: planning for coming to the UK’ webinar.
With the backdrop of political tensions between Hong Kong and China and changes to the UK’s immigration rules welcoming Hong Kongers, the UK is seen as a good place in which to invest or live. A panel of experts from Spencer West will guide you through the key issues individuals, entrepreneurs and their families should be thinking about before coming to or investing in the UK.
We will walk through the immigration changes which give many people from Hong Kong the right to live, work and settle in the UK. We will consider the practicalities of purchasing property in the UK. Finally, we will explore the tax and succession planning that should be considered before moving to and/or investing in the UK.
This webinar is free but spaces are limited.
Time: 11am BST
Date: Tuesday 6 October 2020
- Samar Shams will discuss the special UK visa for those with British National Overseas (BNO) status in Hong Kong that will be available from January 2021.
- Joshua Yam will consider the considerations when purchasing UK property.
- Hilesh Chavda will look at the UK tax issues for individuals from Hong Kong and what planning should be done before moving to and/or purchasing property in the UK.
Please note that this webinar has now passed if you would like a copy of the slides or video recording than please contact Hilesh below.
Article written by:
Samar Shams is a Partner Solicitor at Spencer West. She specialises in corporate & commercial immigration, sponsorship of skilled workers, spousal applications, entrepreneur and investor routes, citizenship and global mobility.
Partner – Immigration
+44 (0)20 7925 8080
Hilesh Chavda is a Partner Solicitor at Spencer West. He specialises in private wealth, tax, trusts and other protection vehicles, wills, probate, succession planning and advising on UK assets when coming to or leaving the UK.
Partner - Private Client
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