Robin gives tax, trust and estate planning advice to UK and overseas individuals.
He has experience of setting up and reorganising family office structures and drafting family constitutions. Much of his work has an international element. He specialises in the creation of cross-border international asset-holding vehicles, often working with overseas professionals, to design structures which will meet conflicting objectives of a number of jurisdictions. In the UK, he frequently advises entrepreneurs and senior executives. Robin’s work also involves giving advice to trustees (both in the UK and elsewhere) in relation to their duties and responsibilities and assisting financial institutions in assessing and developing financial products.
Robin has lectured in the UK, continental Europe, Asia and North America.
- STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners)
- The Law Society of England and Wales
Robin is also the Chair of the Technical Committee of STEP.
"Robin Vos is a well-regarded private client lawyer with significant experience in the structuring and reorganising of family offices, as well as establishing cross-border asset holding vehicles."
Chambers Global 2014
"Robin Vos is considered an expert on issues relating to family businesses and managing the wealth produced by them. Observers say: 'He is very clever and results oriented. He is pragmatic and business like in his approach'."
Chambers UK 2014
"Robin Vos takes a broad view of private client matters, although he frequently advises on family offices. A source comments that Vos is 'on top of his game'."
Chambers UK 2013
"Robin Vos has a specialism in establishing cross-border asset-holding vehicles for wealthy international families."
Chambers UK 2012