Jeremy Moncrieff > Macfarlanes LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Macfarlanes LLP

Work Department

Tax and Reward


Jeremy advises on a broad range of tax and structuring matters with a particular focus on public and private M&A transactions and related reorganisations.

Jeremy has extensive experience advising companies, partnerships and individuals on the tax aspects of domestic and cross-border M&A transactions.

Jeremy’s specialisms include advising on complex M&A, including M&A in the financial services sector and M&A involving LLPs and partnerships.

Alongside his M&A work, Jeremy advises on IPOs, corporate reorganisations and restructurings. He also advises corporate groups (including REITs) on their corporate tax planning.

Jeremy is a member of the international tax sub-committee of the Law Society of England & Wales and contributes to consultations with HM Revenue & Customs and HM Treasury on developments in tax legislation.


Partner 2017

Lawyer Rankings

London > Corporate and commercial > Corporate tax

Macfarlanes LLP‘s ‘superbly knowledgeable, technical, solution oriented’ team has expertise in M&A, fund formation, and all areas of tax structuring. The department is active on both domestic and international matters, advising global clients on high value matters. Team lead Damien Crossley specialises in private equity and investment management, and is a published thought leader in tax law. Ashley Greenbank is well known in the field, with an aptitude for cross-border transactions and group tax planning, while Mark Baldwin focuses on collective investment vehicles, particularly international private equity and real estate funds. Ceinwen Rees’ practice is centred on tax structuring, and James McCredie specialises in advising fund managers across all relevant tax issues. Jeremy Moncrieff has significant experience in complex M&A. Other key names include Gregory Price and Alicia Thomas. Sophie Donnithorpe-Tait joined in mid-2022 from Akin Gump LLP, where she was department head.