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Kevin Ashman


Kevin Ashman

Kevin is used to getting results for his clients through his technical and presentational skills and his understanding of how HMRC works. Kevin has been doing tax for over 30 years and has a broad experience combined with strength in depth. Over the years he has advised on all aspects of business tax (including tax disputes, transfer pricing, leasing, M&A, property, funds and insurance taxation.)

Kevin's practice is currently focused on funds taxation, real estate taxation and insurance taxation together with associated M&A. Career highlights include acting for HMRC in connection with a major transfer pricing dispute; acting for Lloyds Bank on the establishment of its global infrastructure funds; acting for Equitable Life Assurance Society in connection with its scheme of arrangement and related transactions; acting for Doughty Hanson on the establishment of its first four PE funds and its first real estate fund and its first technology fund; and acting for Texaco in connection with its lease financing arrangements in respect of the Captain Field.

Kevin's current clients include Prudential/ M&G Real Estate, Aberdeen Investment Managers, Threadneedle Asset Managers, The Depositary Trust and Clearance Corporation, Coal Pension Schemes, Mars Pension Schemes, Pantheon and  AXA.


Representative Experience

Lloyds Banking Group in the establishment of its £222m European Infrastructure Fund

Advising Prudential on the disposal of Green Park office park, Reading to Oxford Properties for £400m

The Prudential Assurance Company Ltd on the establishment of its £1.5bn UK Companies Financing Fund

HMRC in connection with a transfer pricing and controlled foreign company dispute

Education and admissions


  • M.A., Keble College, Oxford
  • B.C.L., Keble College, Oxford


  • Law Society


Band 4 Chambers UK


Leading Individual

Legal 500

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