Jay’s Professional experience
Jay joined Price Bailey in 2015 as an International Tax Partner based in our City of London office. His vast professional experience began with his training at PwC before joining Morison Stoneham, which was later acquired by Tenon. Jay went on to serve as International Tax Partner for Chantrey Vellacott and Shipleys prior to joining Price Bailey. Jay is both CTA and FCA qualified as well as being a member of the EIS Association and the International Fiscal Association.
Jay advises on both UK and International Tax matters and has a vast array of specialisms due to his 45 years of professional experience. Jay’s expertise covers Property Tax Planning, Stamp Duty Land Tax, Capital Gains Tax, non-resident and non-domicile tax planning and the EIS, SEIS and VCT investment schemes. Jay is also extensively involved in advising on business structuring such as management buyouts, sale of companies to Employee Ownership Trusts, demergers and holding company structuring. Concerning International Tax, Jay covers matters such as Double Tax Treaties, Transfer Pricing, Permanent Establishments, Corporate Residence and Non-Domicile Planning.
Jay advises a vast array of clients from public companies and large private companies, to family businesses. Jay is experienced in dealing with HMRC enquiries, tax clearance procedures and complex structuring matters, often working closely with our Strategic Corporate Finance Team on such matters.
Jay regularly represents Price Bailey at IAPA and other international conferences and events. More about Jay.
Jay has shared his expertise by producing articles for Price Bailey focusing predominantly on the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS), offshore tax reporting and HMRC. Jay also discusses tax in Price Bailey video content where he covers the updates within Spring Budgets and Autumn Statements.
Publications, coverage and speaker events
Jay is an author for Bloomberg Tax, contributing to the global network of 400 authors that assist with keeping readers updated on the global tax landscape. Jay has been featured in numerous publications such as The Financial Times commenting during the COVID-19 pandemic on tax residency breaches, as well as Taxation magazine to discuss HMRC ‘connect’ software and Tax Journals to discuss EIS. His work and commentary is also referenced in publications such as Accountancy Daily.
As well as producing written content to discuss tax matters, Jay is invited to speak at numerous events. Jay often attends and speaks at IAPA conferences, as well as having previously presented at speaker events such as Shipleys LLP speaker event on UK transfer pricing. Finally, Jay has featured on podcasts such as RPC’s Taxing Matters, to discuss changes to HMRC’s investigations through ‘connect’ software.