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Linklaters Business Services

Living Wage
ONE SILK STREET, LONDON, EC2Y 8HQ, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7456 2000
Fax:
Fax 020 7456 2222
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10 LONDON CITY EC3
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Web:
https://www.linklaters.com
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Yash Rupal

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Work 020 7456 5646
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Linklaters Business Services

Work Department

Tax.

Position

Yash represents a wide range of UK and international clients and much of his work is cross-border. He advises on a broad range of transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganisations, capital markets transactions and tax planning. He has a particular interest in structured finance transactions and in the development of new financial products and structures. He also advises extensively on tax disputes and tax litigation. He is listed in ‘Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession’ and many other professional directories. Yash joined Linklaters in 1986 and became a partner in 1996. He has spent two years at a leading investment bank and has worked in New York. Yash heads up the UK tax practice at Linklaters.


London: Corporate and commercial

Corporate tax

Within: Leading individuals

Yash Rupal - Linklaters LLP

Within: Corporate tax

Linklaters LLP has a sophisticated tax group which 'combines a depth of knowledge with an innovative approach and insight'. The practice acts for major financial institutions as well as multinational corporates, financial sponsors and property companies. The team is led by 'star performer' Yash Rupal , whose 'unparalleled abilities are complimented by the team he has built around him', which includes the experienced Mark Kingstone. He is acting for the joint administrators of Lehman Brothers International (Europe) on tax issues surrounding its administration. Lynne Walkington and Dominic Winter (both of whom are regarded as possessing 'great technical knowledge') assisted Old Mutual Group with its separation into four divisions. Winter and counsel Jenny Wheater advised SoftBank Group on tax issues arising from the formation of the SoftBank Vision Fund in a matter involving UK and Japanese tax constraints. Other highlights for the group included assisting Unilever with its defence of the unprecedented $143bn takeover bid by Kraft Heinz, in relation to which the team developed structural solutions. Also recommended are newly promoted partners James Morgan and Sarah Lindley; and Mavnick Nerwal, a funds and investments expert who 'shows great promise'.

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