Jersey & the Channel Islands
International solutions for families, trustees and corporations
Whether you’re an individual, family office, trustee or corporation operating in multiple jurisdictions, our Jersey-based team understands the challenges and pressures you face.
How we can help
At Evelyn Partners we have a dedicated team of specialists who provide international solutions for tax, financial planning, investment management, settlements, custody and dealing. We place great emphasis on developing close personal relationships with you, as we believe this is the best way to ensure we fully understand your circumstances and provide advice that is right for you.
We act for UK businesses that trade internationally, offering advice on structuring, transfer pricing and overseas tax management. Our wider range of international services includes transaction support, corporate finance, M&A, tax, accounting advice and support in addition to our services for you and your family.
Residence and domicile advice
Structuring and planning your visits to the UK from a tax perspective to fit in with your commitments and lifestyle and keeping the necessary records.
Investment management advice
Creating bespoke investment strategies to help individual family members achieve their financial aims, no matter where they are based.
Tax advisory services
We can help you structure your tax affairs efficiently and safely while complying with all relevant legislation.
Arbitration, competition and forensics practice.
Non-resident, non-domiciled work and relocation overseas
We can help you to relocate, or to manage your domicile status and related issues.
Moving to Jersey?
Jersey is an ideal place to live. Not only is it a beautiful country setting with the sea never more than ten minutes away, but there are also excellent transport links to the UK and Europe, so it’s easy to keep in touch with relatives and business associates.
Evelyn Partners in Jersey can help you with:
- Breaking UK residency: we will help you understand whether what you want to do is possible and what challenges you may face. The answer is rarely black and white and it is our task to navigate the shades of grey
- Residency status: housing laws can be restrictive. Individuals with sufficient wealth can apply for high-value residency or if they are economically active, they could set up a business and apply for essentially employed status
- Authority applications: applicants will need to submit applications to the island authorities, and we are experienced in helping clients prepare these
- UK statutory residence test: Why go it alone? Our team can share their experience and help give you the best chance of passing