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I am the national Head of Tax, Trusts & Estates and I run the Irwin Mitchell Private Wealth London and International teams.
I have a background in corporate and private client law with particular interest in international structuring, investment structures, tax, family and private offices and investment of all sorts. I spent five years outside the legal profession as a banker at UBS in their UK Investment Banking team specialising in investment funds.
I am interested in all areas of private wealth and making Irwin Mitchell Private Wealth the wealth advisor of choice in the UK.
I was inspired to get into law by my father who is a judge but it was the legal aspects of business and the individuals who own those businesses which really interested me.
I am fascinated by building a new type of business in the private wealth space from within a regulated law firm that has professional ethics at its core (not something you can say about the majority of regulated financial services businesses).
I love spending time with my family, and enjoy all sorts of sport - whether participating or watching (cycling, skiing, rugby, cricket particularly) – and anything that could be called a “country pursuit”.
“Irwin Mitchell has 'a significant offering', and 'is becoming an agile competitor' under the leadership of Nick Rucker” - Legal 500
“Nick Rucker is a very energetic and enthusiastic individual” - Chambers & Partners
“We’re very pleased to have Mandeep as part of the immigration team in London, arguably one of the foremost high-end immigration capitals of the world. Our existing offering of a wide spectrum of immigration advice, particularly relating to business immigration for high-net-worth individuals, will be boosted by her significant expertise in the area.
“Immigration is a massively growing space for the Private Wealth division and with Mandeep’s arrival, we will be able to both increase our capacity for business immigration matters as well as work on more matters with the wider Private Wealth and BLS arms of the firm. A collaborative approach is very much the focus of the firm and we look forward to strengthening our relationships with our colleagues as well as with our immigration clients.
”I look forward to introducing Mandeep to everyone and know she will fit well into the Private Wealth ethos and team.”
Nick Rucker, National Head of Tax, Trusts and Estates at Irwin Mitchell Private Wealth, said: “Andrea is a very capable and experienced tax, trusts and estates solicitor and will be a great asset as we seek to build our Private Wealth teams further across the North of England. We are already a top five national team and we are recruiting some excellent people across the firm.
“We understand that our clients’ personal and business lives are often intertwined so having specialists such as Andrea, who understand the business world as well as the Private Wealth arena, is crucial to being able to provide our clients with valuable advice.”
“The inclusion of Mark, Alex and Glenn in the latest Who’s Who Legal guide for private client is a big testament to their expertise as well as the firm’s flourishing reputation in the international private client sphere.
“All three of them work tirelessly for a range of clients across the world, so to see them included in a publication which with such a global outreach is truly gratifying. We have worked hard as a team to make sure Irwin Mitchell Private Wealth is known to our clients and the wider market as a major player in the field, and will continue to do so in the coming years.
“Massive congratulations are due to the three of them – it is richly deserved and an excellent way to round off 2017.”
“The ONS figures suggest to us a shift towards ‘bonus culture’, or receiving a lump sum as bonus instead of a fixed salary increase. Either way, bonuses are not going to be disappearing any time soon, particularly for the private sectors.
“With more people than ever receiving bonuses, it’s important to note how this lump sum is treated. For a start bonuses are treated as normal wages by the HMRC and so are subject to National Insurance and income tax. The higher the bonus, the higher the tax will be.
“There are many investment options open to those lucky enough to receive a bonus, who might want to invest in a business, look into stock and shares, or use the money for their family such as paying for their children’s education or perhaps saving towards a house deposit or for retirement.
“Whether considering short-term or long-term options, Irwin Mitchell Private Wealth advises that leaving a bonus in cash form may not be the most fruitful move. Seeking a solicitor’s advice on what to do with your bonus and to advise on any tax breaks available can help to make sure your bonus is working as hard as it can for you.”
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