Suzy Giele – Employment Lawyer
Specialist in Employee Incentives and Employment
Suzy trained and qualified at Radcliffes & Co and has since worked for Allen & Overy and Olswang. She has specialized exclusively in employee share incentives for over 15 years. Suzy advises on the design, implementation and day to day operation of the full spectrum of employee share incentives and bonus arrangements, and the use of employee benefit trusts. In particular, she assists businesses with share incentives issues where they are preparing for or undergoing an exit event and she offers advance health checks in relation to existing share incentive arrangements to ensure that they are tax efficient and structured to achieve a smooth exit process.
Suzy advises on the tax implications of employee incentives as well as associated company law, securities law and regulatory issues and corporate governance best practice considerations. Suzy assists businesses on the employment law and HR aspects of share incentives and acts for businesses and individuals on incentives issues when employees are hired or dismissed.
Suzy has worked with businesses ranging from start ups and private equity backed firms to FTSE 100 companies and multinationals.
When not working Suzy enjoys scuba diving and swimming and having fun with her 2 young sons.
- Email [email protected]
- Office 0845 257 9449
- Mobile 07880 556750
Latest Blog Posts
Companies must submit an online annual return to HMRC in relation to each of their employee share incentive arrangements, including nil returns, by 6 July 2016, otherwise there can be penalties of up to £5,000. This is only the second year since these online filing requirements were introduced, and although HMRC has said this week […]Read More
Many SMEs are unaware that by 6 July next year they will need to have registered all employee share schemes with HMRC and filed online returns in relation to them or face penalties, lawyers warn. For the tax year 2014/15, penalties of up to £700 can be imposed for a late return, with an additional […]Read More