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Taylor Wessing appoints Graham Samuel-Gibbon as tax partner

Graham Samuel-Gibbon

Taylor Wessing has expanded its London tax & incentives practice, with the appointment of Graham Samuel-Gibbon as partner.

Before joining the firm, Samuel-Gibbon worked for EY as director of its international tax services. Before assuming this role, he worked as a solicitor in Hogan Lovells and Latham & Watkins tax group.

Samuel-Gibbon has extensive experience in advising UK and foreign-based multinational groups on a variety of transactional and non-transactional tax matters. This includes cross-border tax structuring, tax planning and risk management. Samuel-Gibbon also advises clients on tax issues relating to the development, ownership and exploitation of intellectual property rights. 

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