Kevin Lowe > Mills & Reeve LLP > Birmingham, England > Lawyer Profile

Mills & Reeve LLP
78-84 COLMORE ROW
BIRMINGHAM
B3 2AB
England

Work Department

Tax.

Position

Kevin leads the corporate tax team at Mills & Reeve and advises on the variety of tax issues that arise for the firm’s private and public sector clients. His experience includes giving tax advice on M&A transactions, venture capital and private equity, reorganisations, outsourcing, setting up in the UK, international transactions, VAT advice, property tax, employment tax and taxes relating to funding transactions.

Career

Trained Eversheds; qualified 1992; solicitor Eversheds 1992-96; associate Eversheds 1996-98; associate Wragge & Co 1998-99; partner Wragge & Co 1999-2012; head of human resouces group Wragge & Co 2004-06; head of tax Wragge & Co 2006-12; partner and head of corporate tax Mills & Reeve 2013 to date; head of corporate/commercial national service line Mills & Reeve 2015 to date. Publications of note: author of tax chapter of now dis-continued Sweet & Maxwell publication ‘Private Equity Transactions’.

Memberships

Chartered Institute of Taxation; West Midlands Branch (ex-chairman).

Education

Sheffield University (1989 LLB (Hons)); College of Law, Chester (1990).

Lawyer Rankings

West Midlands > Corporate and commercial > Corporate tax

(Leading individuals)

Kevin LoweMills & Reeve LLP

Mills & Reeve LLP handles the tax aspects of various corporate and commercial ventures for a diverse range of clients active in both the public and private sector. National corporate tax head Kevin Lowe is also a chartered tax advisor, with recent engagements including private equity transactions for clients in the tech sector. Practice co-chair Neil Pearson focuses on social investments, venture capital schemes, and employee share ownership issues. Matthew Short anchors the firm’s real estate tax and charity tax offering, while senior associate Carrie Ferris concentrates on employment tax and share incentives. All named lawyers are based in Birmingham.