His work typically includes the provision of advice to large scale renewable energy projects, management buy-outs, international matters (including corporate residency and permanent establishment risk), various merger and acquisition related tax issues and complex enterprise investment scheme structures.
He has a particular interest in international business tax matters. This is an area which is becoming increasing relevant for businesses of all sizes, including SME’s, and he enjoys assisting clients who are looking to gain an understanding of the tax implications of expanding their business into new territories. In particular he recognises that it is important for businesses to understand the cost base to operating overseas which includes overseas tax and ensuring compliance with local tax laws.
Adam joined PKF Francis Clark as a graduate trainee in 2005 and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2008. He went on to obtain his Chartered Tax Adviser qualification in 2009 and passed the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT’s) prestigious Advanced Diploma of International Taxation in 2015, simultaneously obtaining the CIOT’s Transfer Pricing Certificate.