Zoe Fatchen > Gowling WLG > Birmingham, England > Lawyer Profile
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Zoe combines an impressive depth and breadth of technical expertise with a clear, concise and practical approach.
Zoe Fatchen is a senior UK tax lawyer with approximately 15 years’ experience in all aspects of UK and cross-border commercial taxation. Specialising in corporate tax and management incentives, Zoe also engages in resolving a wide range of tax disputes.
She combines an impressive depth and breadth of technical expertise with a clear, concise and practical approach. Zoe is a lawyer who likes to listen. This enables her to deliver strategic tax advice to both UK and international clients, with their specific business imperatives in mind.
Her practice encompasses corporate structuring (including inward investment), transactions and reorganisations both in the UK and cross-border, including the design and implementation of a variety of share schemes and other incentives.
Zoe has particular expertise in technology, energy, health and infrastructure. She provides accessible, solutions-focused advice to:
- Private and public sector business
- UK and international groups of companies, partnerships and other entities
- Private equity investors and investment funds
- Business owners and key individuals
Zoe is involved with a number of community organisations and charities. She helps to run grass roots youth and environmental projects, including initiatives to help local businesses to thrive and grow.
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- Finance > Banking and finance
- Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: Birmingham
- Real estate > Commercial property: Birmingham
- Real estate > Construction
- Corporate and commercial > Corporate and commercial: Birmingham
- Corporate and commercial > Corporate tax
- Employment > Employment
- Projects, energy and natural resources > Energy, project finance and PFI
- Public sector > Health
- Employment > Health and safety
- TMT (technology, media and telecoms) > Intellectual property
- Real estate > Environment
- Employment > Pensions
- Dispute resolution > Banking litigation