Tax Implications for Cryptocurrency

The second webinar in our series of cryptocurrency events, which will provide an overview of the themes and issues in crypto specifically around tax implications in the UK.


Tax Implications for Cryptocurrency


This is the second webinar in our series of cryptocurrency events. During this session delegates will be provided with an overview of the themes and issues in crypto specifically around tax implications in the UK. 

Katharine Wooller, Head of Dacxi will be joined by special guests from BDO who will help delegates understand more about how Crypto is viewed by HMRC and what this means for your clients. They will discuss the state of crypto in the UK at the moment and and talk about where we are on the taxation of crypto in the UK. Their will also be a focus on personal tax and the key issues surrounding crypto in that respect. 


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AIA | Speaker Katharine Wooller

Katharine Wooller

Katharine has spent her career working in innovative start-up businesses, specialising in strategy and business development. Primarily focused on fintech and banking, she has worked for technology driven businesses in a number of sectors including investment banking, wealth management, hedge funds, and asset management.

She now heads up Dacxi in the UK & Ireland. Katharine is regularly consulted by the press as a subject matter expert. Recent coverage includes BBC World News, Wired Magazine, The Times & The Telegraph. 

AIA | Speaker Christopher Mann

Christopher Mann

Tax Director - BDO.  Entrepreneurial Private Wealth team 

Chris sits in the private client team at BDO and spends his time advising entrepreneurs, business owners and wealthy families on a variety of personal tax issues and has over 18 years of experience in helping clients with complex tax rules, most recently those applying to crypto assets. 





AIA | Speaker David Britton

David Britton

Tax Partner - BDO, Banking Tax.  Lead for banking, fintech & crypto 

David leads BDO's UK banking, fintech and crypto tax teams, and his team advise banks & capital markets entities, fintechs and crypto businesses on all UK tax matters.  He specialises in UK corporate tax compliance, tax reporting and tax advisory, and has spent 27 years of his career working in banking. David is also a member of HMRC’s crypto asset working group.