Ryan Coyle focuses his practice on international tax law, with an emphasis on providing tax-efficient restructuring solutions for high-net-worth individuals and their families.

Ryan regularly works with cross-disciplinary teams in implementing international structures and investment strategies for US and non-US individuals and their families.

Ryan counsels clients on the tax implications that arise when cash, property, businesses, or transactions cross borders. In this capacity, Ryan advises foreign clients on the US income, estate, and gift tax consequences of alternative inbound investment structures while utilizing income, estate, and gift tax treaties to minimize tax and regulatory burdens. Often, Ryan’s clients are multi-generational families that span multiple jurisdictions, requiring an in-depth understanding of tax laws worldwide.

Ryan works regularly with counsel in Latin America, Asia and Canada to service clients that are interested in making cross-border investments.