Business Breakfast: The Evolving Tax Landscape for Non-Doms in the UK

Business Breakfast: The Evolving Tax Landscape for Non-Doms in the UK

18 June, 8:00am - 10:30am

SEB, 1 Carter Lane, London EC4V 5AN

As political landscapes evolve and the promise of change looms, the future of the non-domicile tax regime in the UK hangs in the balance. With both the Conservatives and the Labour Party committing to revamp the existing framework, anticipation and uncertainty abound.

Join us for an exclusive event at SEB, where we delve into the proposed alterations and their potential implications. Led by SEB's UK wealth planner Helena Whitmore and a distinguished panel of non-dom experts, this gathering promises to shed light on the shifting tax landscape. Under the proposed reforms set forth by the current Chancellor, slated for implementation in April 2025, the landscape for non-domiciled individuals in the UK is poised for transformation.

In an environment of speculation, this Business Breakfast presents a unique opportunity to gain clarity and understanding. Whether you're a UK resident navigating the current regime or a prospective entrant weighing your options, our speakers will offer invaluable insights to guide your financial decisions.

Secure your place now for a business breakfast of enlightenment and exploration, where we navigate the complexities of tax reform and its impact on non-domiciled individuals in the UK.

About Business Breakfasts

The SCC’s Business Breakfasts bring together tailored and differently composed, intimate groups for interactive discussions and great speakers. The format is informal and under Chatham House Rule.

Booking information

Please register your interest to attend this event. Participant lists are curated with the theme of each Business Breakfast in mind, for all attendees to get the most out of the discussions. You will be notified if your participation has been confirmed. Payment will be made upon confirmation. 

SCC member price: Free
YP member price: Free
Non-member price: £30


Terms & Conditions 

Bookings are non-refundable, but at the discretion of the organiser, you can change the name of the person attending. For this, please contact 


Marc Acheson, Utmost Wealth Solutions

Marc Acheson, Utmost Wealth Solutions
Marc Acheson, Global Wealth Specialist at Utmost Wealth Solutions, brings over 20 years of expertise in life assurance policies across jurisdictions. He offers tailored solutions to high-net-worth clients through partnerships with Private Banks, Family Offices, Asset Managers, and legal/accountancy firms. Passionate about wealth structuring, Marc contributes to industry discussions and trains partners in tax-deferral structures for wealth optimization.

Nils Wetternin Nyberg, KPMG

Nils Wetternin Nyberg, KPMG
Nils, Private Client Senior Manager at KPMG, has been working with tax questions since 2012, often in an international context. Nils works with international tax questions, generational shifts, compensation issues, incentive programs, carried interest, restructurings, relocation to Sweden, emigration from Sweden, voluntary corrections, cases with the Swedish Tax Agency, closely held companies etc.

Helena Whitmore, SEB

Helena Whitmore, SEB
Helena Whitmore is the Head of SEB 1856 UK, part of SEB’s Private Wealth Management & Family Office division. She is a tax and wealth planning specialist with many years’ experience advising members of the Nordic community in the UK. Prior to joining SEB Helena was the head of the private client department for an international law firm based in London. She has lived in the UK for over 30 years and has been a member of the Chamber since the early 1990s, developing an extensive network over that time.

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