Barrye Wall is a tax partner and a member of the Private Wealth & Family Offices practice at White & Case.
Barrye advises cross-border families and individuals on all aspects of international tax, corporate, trust and estate planning, including the establishment of tax-efficient structures and multi-generational planning.
He has nearly 40 years of experience in the representation of clients from Asia, having been based in Singapore and Hong Kong for over 15 years during his career.
Barrye has held a number of leadership roles within White & Case, including serving as the head of the Asia regional section, Singapore Office Executive Partner, Hong Kong Office Executive Partner, and Indonesia Country Practice Head. In addition, he currently serves as the Chair of the Firm's Leader Training Committee, which is responsible for the training of newly appointed global leaders of the Firm. Finally, Barrye was a founding member of the Firm's Global Diversity Committee and the Asia-Pacific Diversity Steering Committee.
Barrye has been active in pro bono matters, including representing The Nature Conservancy and Conservation International in Asia. He has led teams from White & Case to Myanmar to teach law faculty and students at Dagon University and Taunggyi University.
Representation of an Asia-based family on its worldwide investment structure and succession planning.
Representation of a London-based family on its investments in the United States as well as on issues relating to its Islamic and pre-Islamic art collection.
Representation of an Australian family on its real estate investments in the United States.
Representation of the Singapore trust company of an international bank regarding US tax matters.
Representation of a high-profile professional basketball player on the tax issues relating to worldwide licensing and marketing arrangements.
Managing The Changing Tax Landscape: The OECD's BEPS Recommendations Will Impact Every Multinational, White & Case, 2015