More than a fifth of top earning bankers have non-dom status says major new study

Mark Battersby
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More than one in five top earning bankers has benefited from non-dom status, according to an in-depth new study by the University of Warwick and the London School of Economics and Political Science released today (7 April). 'The UK's ‘non-doms': Who are they, what do they do, and where do they live?' research paper analysed the anonymised personal tax returns of everyone who claimed ‘non-dom' status between 1997 and 2018.  Non-doms also make up a sizeable share of top earners - those in the top 1%, earning over £125,000 - in other industries, with two out five top earners in the oil i...

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