Andrew Cromb Australian qualified lawyer
Andrew advises corporate groups and asset managers on tax matters relating to M&A transactions, financing arrangements, and group tax planning. Much of Andrew’s work has an international dimension, and involves advising on international tax treaties and domestic tax measures implementing the OECD’s base erosion and profits shifting (BEPS) initiative.
Andrew’s clients include public and privately held corporate groups, private equity firms and other asset managers. He has advised corporate groups on a wide range of matters including the structure of internal financing and treasury arrangements, intellectual property structuring and supply chain planning.
Andrew’s work with private equity firms and asset managers focuses on fundraisings, investment holding structures and M&A transactions. This work often involves advising funds on their holding structures in light of tax treaty access considerations, including BEPS Action 6 on treaty abuse.
Andrew practised in Australia for a number of years before moving to the UK, where he advised on inbound and outbound cross border transactions.