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Clive Cutbill is a consultant at law firm Withers, and he leads the philanthropy practice, advising both charities and donors in relation to tax-efficient giving and funding. He advises a number of foreign charitable bodies, including US and other foreign universities, in relation to English charity and related tax law issues.
He is the firm's nominated officer for money laundering reporting purposes, and he is a member of the Charity Law Association, the City of London Law Society and the Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners.
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