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Murcia Maud

Maud Murcia


Maud Murcia advises on a wide range of matters relating to real estate, VAT, corporate tax and stamp taxes in the UK. Her experience includes advising on the tax consequences of group reorganisations, cross-borders matters and corporate and real estate disposals and acquisitions.

THE LEGAL 500, UK 2022 comments that Maud “is an efficient and hardworking associate.”

Professional QualificationsSolicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales
  • Université Grenoble Alpes, Licence Droit Langues

  • The University of Law, Birmingham, GDL (Distinction)

  • The University of Law, Birmingham, LPC (Distinction)

Prior Experience

Maud’s recent experience includes:


  • Advising and assisting private companies and multinationals in relation to local and international VAT and customs issues, such as the treatment of cross-border supplies of goods and services and the application of exemptions.
  • Advising and assisting with negotiation and settlement of tax disputes involving HMRC.
  • Advising and assisting with the representation in tax disputes with HMRC, including a preliminary ruling request to the Court of Justice of the European Union.

  • Advising a US-headquartered industrial manufacturing group on the tax aspects of its reorganisation across various jurisdictions, including the applicability of the UK’s diverted profits tax to its post-reorganisation structure.
  • Advising a large UK acquisitive technology company on its acquisition of a market-leading UK Salesforce Platinum Partner.

  • Advising on the taxation consequences of land transactions in relation to VAT, stamp duty, stamp duty land tax, capital allowances, corporation and capital gains tax and stamp duty reserve tax.
  • Advising Oval Real Estate on the acquisition, holding and development of various real estate assets in Birmingham.
  • Advising a UK asset manager on the tax consequences for corporate investors and UK individuals of investing in a Luxembourg fund, including advice on the application of the offshore funds rules.
  • Advising Disney on the leasing of various real estate assets in the UK.
  • Advising a UK investment fund on the acquisition of various real estate assets in the UK.
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