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Jeremy Cape joins Squire Patton Boggs

Jeremy Cape Squires

Squire Patton Boggs has appointed Jeremy Cape as a partner in the tax strategy and benefits practice group in its London office.

Cape joins the firm from the tax team at Dentons in London.

With a background advising politicians, both in the UK and abroad, on tax policy matters, Cape advises on a wide range of tax-related issues covering cross-border transactions including M&A, finance, restructuring and insolvency, funds and outsourcing.

His global work focuses on Africa and emerging markets, where he advises both governments as well as corporate entities. In his Africa-related work, Cape has advised an energy company on outsourcing certain operations to South Africa, as well as a Texas-based oil and gas services provider on structuring services for a Nigerian client. In addition, he has also advised several African governments on the tax issues regarding the development of their mining sector, a Middle Eastern client on the structuring of a luxury hotel development on an African island jurisdiction, and Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) on the establishment of a pan-African infrastructure fund.

Cape’s industry experience also includes the financial services, aviation, manufacturing, energy and resources, hospitality and media sectors. He acts for clients on both UK and international tax matters.

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