Matthew Cain > Wiggin Osborne Fullerlove > Cheltenham, England > Lawyer Profile

Wiggin Osborne Fullerlove
GL50 1HH
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Work Department

Private client.


Partner. Specialisms include: international tax-based investment structuring for high-net-worth individuals, utilising trusts, partnerships, corporate entities, hybrid entities, life insurance and collective investment schemes.


Trained Radcliffes & Co; qualified 1995; articled clerk, assistant (private client) Radcliffes & Co 1993-95; assistant solicitor (corporate tax) Wilde Sapte 1995-97; assistant (tax and private client) Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft 1997-99; Wiggin & Co/Wiggin Osborne Fullerlove 1999 to date. UK representative on International Bureau of Offshore Investment.




2018 Lawyer of the Year, Citywealth Magic Circle Awards

Law Society
International Tax Planning Association (ITPA)


King William’s College, Isle of Man; University of York (1990 BA Hons Economic and Social History); Leicester Polytechnic (1992 CPE Hons; LSF).


Golf, shooting, skiing.

Lawyer Rankings

South West > Private client > Personal tax, trusts and probate

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Matthew CainWiggin Osborne Fullerlove

Wiggin Osborne Fullerlove‘s practice caters to all client needs, with expertise across the full spectrum of tax matters. Its team is well equipped to advise on issues from asset protection, estate planning and taxation, to philanthropy, investments and disputes. Tim Osborne and Paul Hunston lead the practice. Matthew Cain is an expert in structuring private wealth through trusts and companies. Rose Chamberlayne‘s specialisms include wealth preservation structures, including those offshore. Matthew Shayle is noted for his advice to non-UK domiciled individuals concerning UK taxes and succession-focused structures. Associate Genevieve Morrall joined the team from Charles Russell Speechlys LLP.