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Browne Jacobson LLP

VICTORIA SQUARE HOUSE, VICTORIA SQUARE, BIRMINGHAM, B2 4BU, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0121 237 3900
Fax:
Fax 0121 236 1291
DX:
727740 BIRMINGHAM-62
Email:
Web:
www.brownejacobson.com

Andrew Noble

Tel:
Work 0121 237 3952
Email:
Browne Jacobson LLP

Work Department

Tax.

Position

Andrew is a partner, head of the tax team, and is dual qualified as a Chartered Tax Adviser and solicitor. 

He qualified in 1998 with Wragge & Co, and worked in their tax team until joining Browne Jacobson in February 2006, becoming a partner in 2007.  Andrew’s main practice areas are corporate, public sector, and property tax, and he also advises on employee share incentives.

He advises a wide range of clients, from owner-managed business up to listed and multi-national companies, as well as various local authorities, schools and other public bodies.  He advises on tax-efficient structuring as well as transactional support tax issues. 

Andrew is a published writer on tax issues, and is a former chairman of the Birmingham and West Midlands branch of the Chartered Institute of Taxation.  He is currently a member of the technical sub-committees of the Chartered Institute of Taxation for Owner Managed Business Tax, Property Tax, and Welsh Tax Affairs. 

Whilst living in Birmingham, Andrew regularly advises clients out of the firm's Nottingham and other offices.

Career

Trained Wragge & Co; qualified 1998; moved to Browne Jacobson LLP 2006, partner 2007.

Languages

French (fluent), Irish (basic), Arabic (learning).

Member

Chartered Institute of Taxation (associate), Law Society.

Education

Royal Grammar School, Newcastle upon Tyne; Queens' College, Cambridge (1987 classics and politics); College of Law, London (1995 CPE; 1996 LPC).

Leisure

Playing music; looking after children; church.


West Midlands: Corporate and commercial

Corporate tax

Within: Corporate tax

Browne Jacobson LLP's Andrew Noble, who is dual-qualified as a chartered tax adviser, is praised for his ‘knowledge, responsiveness and ability to work with other advisers’. He advised Addo Food Group (owner of Pork Farms) on the tax aspects of a secondary buy-out, and he also advised Lloyds Development on the tax elements of its purchase of ENSEK. Other clients include the selling members of Catalyst Corporate Finance LLP, who he advised on the sale of the business to Alanatra Partners. Away from corporate tax, he also advised the London Borough of Enfield on VAT and SDLT issues concerning the regeneration of a former industrial site.

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