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Christian is an associate in our corporate tax team, working closely with our corporate team on the tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, company restructuring and trade disposals in addition to advising on real estate tax matters, employee share incentive schemes and stamp duty.
Assisting several departments of our firm on tax aspects arising on their transactions, Christian advises a wide variety of clients from public sector clients, such as local authorities, to various private sector clients.
Joining Browne Jacobson 2015, Christian has worked in several teams, including tax, corporate, real estate and commercial, prior to qualifying as a solicitor in 2019 and re-joining the tax team. During his training contract, Christian spent six months seconded to Capital One’s contracts team, gaining valuable experience working as part of an in-house legal team.
Advising and assisting our corporate team on several transactions throughout the year, including negotiating and agreeing tax provisions of share purchase agreements and doing legal tax due diligence on share option schemes.
Setting up and preparing documentation for the grant of options under employee share schemes, including Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) schemes, in addition to advising on qualifying conditions.
Assisting our corporate and real estate teams and advising clients on stamp duty and stamp duty land tax (SDLT) matters and available reliefs.
Advising on VAT-treatment on transfers of going concern (TOGC) and negotiating TOGC agreements.
Browne Jacobson has advised on today’s (16 February 2022 - 8.00am) admission of the entire issued ordinary share capital of green hydrogen technology and manufacturing group, Clean Power Hydrogen to trade on AIM, a market operated by the London Stock Exchange plc.
Browne Jacobson’s corporate finance team have acted for the shareholders of bituminous waterproofing product manufacturer and distributor Chesterfelt Ltd on the sale of Chesterfelt Ltd to TN International (TNi), owners of Scottish insultation manufacturer Superglass.