Geoffrey Kay has extensive experience in corporate tax law, particularly in the area of international tax planning. He was one of the UK National Reporters for the IFA Congress in 2005 on the topic of "The Tax Treatment of International Acquisitions of Businesses." Geoffrey's published articles have dealt with business integration and shared services in Europe, the taxation of e-commerce, as well as the OECD Guidelines on transfer pricing for intra-group services. He has likewise written on topics involving cross-border mergers and acquisitions, private equity investment in Europe, as well as developments in European Court of Justice case law.
Geoffrey's practice focuses primarily on corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and corporate restructurings, particularly in a cross-border context. He also has extensive experience in European supply chain restructuring projects. Geoffrey regularly advises clients on the tax aspects of intra-group financing arrangements and other multinational group tax planning matters.
- England & Wales~United Kingdom (1982)
- Cambridge University (Trinity College) (Master of Arts) (1983)
- College of Law at Lancaster Gate (S.F.E.) (1980)
- Cambridge University (Trinity College) (B.A.) (1977)
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