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Hilesh Chavda

Associate

T: 020 3750 9366 (DDI)
T: 020 7583 2222
E: hilesh.chavda@roydswithyking.com

Hilesh is an Associate in the Private Client team in our London office. He specialises in advising UK and international high net worth individuals, business owners and professionals on their personal tax and estate planning matters. Hilesh also helps international clients with UK immigration issues to enable them to live, do business and educate their children in the UK.



About Hilesh

Hilesh joined Royds Withy King in 2018. He trained and worked in City private client practices before working at a tax advisory boutique.

Hilesh specialises in advising clients on tax and estate planning matters. He works with clients to help them understand their personal tax exposure including capital gains tax, inheritance tax and income tax. Hilesh helps clients safeguard their assets for future generations through Wills and trusts.

Hilesh also helps international clients navigate complex tax issues including, domicile, tax residence and planning to come or leave the UK. He works with non-UK domiciled and UK domiciled clients on the creation, taxation and administration of trusts (both offshore and onshore). Hilesh also advises on immigration issues including Tier 1 investor visas and British citizenship applications.

Memberships

Hilesh is a Student STEP member.

Interests

Outside of work, Hilesh enjoys cooking and discovering new foods. He also enjoys wine and exploring vineyards. In his spare time, Hilesh can be found visiting museums and galleries or going to the theatre.

What I really enjoy about my work is helping clients achieve their business and personal goals or helping them through a difficult time. It is rewarding to get to know my clients, understand their concerns and provide advice that enables them to make informed choices and put plans in place so that they can achieve their goals.

Hilesh Chavda

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