Pamela joined NLP as a tax manager in October 2018. She qualified as a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) in 2004 and since then has specialised in estate planning and advising non-domiciled persons.
She is very enthusiastic about the world of tax and enjoys providing bespoke solutions to a variety of tax problems faced by business owners and high net worth individuals, in relation to capital taxes, entry/exit planning, trusts, estates, and cross border issues.
Away from work, Pamela enjoys travelling, reading, watching films, attending theatre and circus performances, circuit training, aerial acrobatics and dancing. She loves dance music and is an adrenalin junkie.
Three things to know about Pamela
If you could invite three people (living, dead or fictitious) to a dinner party, who would they be?
Oscar Wilde – my favourite author – I would like to know his views on the modern world in the form of quotes, I would like to discuss our progression (in most parts of the world) re LGBTQ rights, and I would like him to write a short story based on me / with me as a character.
George Orwell – my second favourite author – I would like to discuss the modern world with him too – in terms of his foresight, that so many phrases from his book 1984 are in modern day parlance, the state of politics and the world post internet.
Margaret Atwood – my third favourite and still living author – I was in the audience when she gave a talk in London a few years ago. She is a remarkable and inspiring woman. Of course, I would want to discuss her famous book The Handmaid’s Tale with her, the TV series based on it, the book being viewed as a horrifying dystopian fantasy in 1985 and being viewed as disturbingly prophetic in 2019.
What is your favourite quote?
I have so many favourite quotes from Oscar Wilde as he was so gifted at these, but if I had to choose one, it would be:
“Some cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go.”
Who would play you in your biopic?
Alesha Dixon (according to some I resemble her)