Resident non-domiciled individuals (RND)

UBS can help you utilise your resident non-domiciled tax status benefits while ensuring regulatory compliance.

Resident non-domiciled individuals (RND)

Non-UK domiciled investors who live in the UK have important choices available to them for their wealth planning decisions. Perhaps you are moving to the UK for a short period of time, or you may already have sufficient funds or income in the UK to leave your offshore assets untouched for the duration of your stay.

By investing in accordance with complex tax legislation, RND status can offer you tax-efficient solutions depending on your individual situation and needs. In a nutshell, utilising the right solutions ensures that your income and capital gains arising from offshore (i.e. non-UK) assets are not taxed, as long as they are not brought into the UK. However, the legislation permitting such a beneficial tax status is complex and ever evolving.

At UBS our client advisors who work with RND clients undergo rigorous training to help address their unique needs. There is no "one size fits all" solution. Your circumstances are as individual as you are. Together with your tax and legal advisors, we determine the most efficient set-up of your offshore banking and investments in order to meet your personal objectives, while ensuring compliance with relevant tax laws.

As the world's largest wealth manager, UBS in the UK has an experienced team of wealth planners who have extensive backgrounds in wealth structuring and asset protection. Our wealth planning advisors are specially trained to help you navigate this complex tax legislation, drawing on our extensive experience in assisting RND clients to find reliable tax-efficient solutions best suited to their needs.

We offer two separate and robust offshore platforms for your RND planning: Jersey and Switzerland. Jersey offers you the option of having a client advisor in either the UK or Jersey. If you choose our Swiss platform your client advisor will be located in Switzerland.

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Tax information is provided based upon our understanding of current tax legislation and applicable rates. These may change in the future and they may not apply to your individual circumstances. UBS does not give tax advice and you should consult your independent tax adviser for specific advice before entering into or refraining from entering into any investment.