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Guy Dingley

Guy Dingley is a partner in Covington’s London office, concentrating on taxation and employee benefits, with a particular emphasis on corporate taxation and value added tax, taxation of investment funds, global mobility, and the establishment of incentive arrangements.

Mr. Dingley’s practice encompasses corporate and business acquisitions and disposals, mergers and reconstructions together with advice on the tax aspects of supply chain management and employee remuneration.

In the share incentive arena, Mr. Dingley has advised clients on the establishment of a wide range of share incentive arrangements designed to suit their business objectives, and often with tax benefits.

Mr. Dingley has extensive experience of structuring investments and acquisitions in over twenty five jurisdictions, including continental Europe, Australia, India, and China. His expertise covers a wide variety of industry sectors, but he has particular experience in the life sciences, telecommunications and media, branded goods and energy arenas.

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The UK Patent Box Regime: An Overview

The UK Patent Box regime aims to incentivise companies to retain and commercialise existing patents and to develop new innovative patented products. The regime allows companies to apply a lower rate of corporation tax to qualifying worldwide profits attributable to qualifying patents and other similar intellectual property (“IP”) rights. It forms part of the UK … Continue Reading

Key Considerations for European M&A in the Life Sciences Sector

Article originally published in PLC Life Sciences Handbook 2012 M&A in the life sciences sector has remained robust, driven by factors such as: „„ The need to replenish shrinking product pipelines. „„ The need to maintain revenues as patents on top-selling products expire. „„ The strategic diversification of business lines. „„ Expansion into emerging markets. … Continue Reading
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