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London SE1, London W1K, Oxford
Boodle Hatfield LLP, Eleanor Sepanski, London SE1, ENGLAND

Eleanor Sepanski

Tel:
Work 020 7629 7411
Email:
Boodle Hatfield LLP

Work Department

Private Client and Tax

Position

Eleanor deals with all aspects of onshore UK tax, private client and trust work and her clients include some large family businesses. She also advises on offshore structures and international tax and estate planning, with a particular interest in the USA. Eleanor further specialises in charity law, dealing in particular with governance issues, philanthropy and CSR planning for companies.

Member

Charity Law Association

Education

New College Oxford

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