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Markel Tax

Thomas Dalby

Director, Gabelle


Thomas Dalby
Thomas Dalby is a Director at Gabelle, a division of Markel Tax. He is a Barrister and Chartered Tax Adviser and has specialised in tax since 1996.

Prior to joining Gabelle, Thomas worked at Deloitte where he was a member of the specialist Employer Consulting and Opportunities team for 14 years, advising clients ranging from FTSE 100 multinationals, established family companies to start-ups on employee reward structures.

He has worked with clients on the whole spectrum of employee share ownership, including EMI, growth shares, joint ownership shares, statutory share plans, Employee Shareholder Status and bespoke share-owning arrangements.

He has extensive experience in dealing with employee benefit trusts, including advising clients on mitigating their exposure to tax under the disguised remuneration rules and negotiating settlements with HMRC.

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