Charlotte Sallabank has more than 32 years of experience advising on all aspects of U.K. corporate tax (both direct and indirect taxes) with particular emphasis on financial transactions, including structured and asset-based financing and cross-border transactions. She also advises on M&A, tax-efficient group structuring, international tax planning, commercial agreements, transfer pricing, and a variety of corporate joint venture arrangements, as well as FATCA, environmental taxes, and tax regulatory issues.
Charlotte represented the taxpayer in Barclays Mercantile Business Finance Limited v. Mawson, a U.K. tax anti-avoidance case won by the taxpayer in the House of Lords. The case is one of the leading authorities on U.K. tax avoidance.
Chambers UK (2017) describes Charlotte as being well versed on all domestic corporate tax matters with notable strength advising on financial transactions. Sources say she "provides exceptional advice relevant to the work we were looking to perform. She is an excellent team mate and colleague."
Charlotte is a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation. As a tax lawyer, she is a frequent speaker at taxation conferences and is a regular contributor to tax publications.