Glenn advises non-resident landlords and Equiom's clients on the implications of newly introduced UK taxes affecting the holding of UK residential properties. He also advises tax clients in relation to enquiries and investigations raised by HM Revenue and Customs and the Isle of Man Income Tax Division.
Glenn has more than 20 years’ experience in accountancy and tax consultancy.
Having originally trained and qualified as a Chartered Certified Accountant, Glenn went on to qualify as a Chartered Tax Advisor and has extensive experience in providing Isle of Man tax planning for resident individuals, offshore companies and their shareholders.
Glenn joined Equiom in 2013 following the acquisition of West Corporation Limited.
Glenn holds a joint honours degree in business management and economics from the University of Worcester.