2 new tax partners at Burges Salmon
Burges Salmon has announced the appointment of six new partners, including two new tax partners.
Catherine de Maid
Catherine becomes a partner in the firm’s international private client team. She leads the firm’s philanthropy team and specialises in international tax, trusts and estate planning advice for a wide range of clients, from high net worth individuals to trust companies and other institutions.
Emma is also from the firm’s international private client team. She joined Burges Salmon as a trainee nearly 11 years ago and specialises in providing tax advice to high net worth and ultra-high net worth international clients, advising individuals who are UK resident but not UK domiciled and non-UK residents. She also advises private banks. Emma’s advice covers personal taxation and cross-border succession planning, including drafting wills to cover assets in multiple jurisdictions.
Burges Salmon managing partner Roger Bull said: “Our focus remains very clear: we are fiercely proud of our independence and we are committed to being an exceptional law firm for our clients and an exceptional place to work for our people.”
Burges Salmon employs around 750 people in its Bristol headquarters and London and Edinburgh offices.