Ben Doeh is a Senior Associate in Osborne Clarke's Corporate Tax team.
Ben has acted to manage clients' tax risk on a breadth of transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, banking and real estate. He also advises on standalone matters, including reorganisations and group structurings. His experience working with emerging and growth companies gives him a particular strength in this area.
Ben studied English Language and Literature at the University of Oxford and is passionate about music and poetry.
Cubic Motion group
Advised the shareholders of the Cubic Motion group on the sale of the business to Epic Games, read more.
Advised SellersFunding, a New York headquartered FinTech, on a £19M debt financing to fund growth of the company’s loan book in the UK and expansion of their European lending operations, read more.
Advised the shareholders of AVMI on the company's sale to Kinly, read more.
HMRC provides guidance on the VAT and SDLT treatment of lease variations
New guidance from HMRC provides clarity on when variations to leases might be considered a "barter transaction" for VAT purposes.
UK presses ahead with digital services tax
The UK confirmed in the Budget on 11 March 2020 that it is introducing a digital services tax (DST) from...