Wei Wei | Alliotts


Joined Alliotts

  • 2017


  • Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
  • Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT)
  • Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT)

Wei is a qualified tax professional with over 7 years’ experience specialising in providing private client advisory and compliance services to UK and overseas based clients. Wei focuses on her passion assisting non-UK domiciled clients with residency and domicile matters, often in relation to investment in and immigration to the UK. Wei takes a collaborative approach to working with her clients’ other professional advisers, ensuring that her clients are operating well within the rules, whilst making their wealth work in a way that suits their needs.

Wei was awarded a Distinction from the University of Exeter when studying a Masters in Finance and Investment. She was awarded Dean’s Commendation for her outstanding achievements at the University of Exeter. She also holds a First-Class Honours Degree in Accountancy from the University of Stirling. Wei is also a member of our China Team.

Languages: Mandarin


Wei is a key member of our China Team, advising Chinese business owners and individuals on business and personal tax matters. Wei is a native Mandarin speaker.

Private client advisory

Delivering a comprehensive set of services including succession planning and family business advisory on a national and international scale.

High net worth individuals

Working with high net worth individuals and families, who are seeking an adviser to help them structure their domestic and international affairs in an efficient and compliant manner.

Residence & domicile rules

Assisting non-UK domiciled clients with residency and domicile matters, such as the assessment of their UK tax residency status based on the Statutory Residence Test

Property investors

Advising clients on tax efficient ways to structure their property investments.

In her free time Wei enjoys cooking, watching films and listening to classical music

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Articles20 Oct 2023

Energy efficiency targets shelved

The government’s backtracking over the introduction of energy performance targets for property let out in England and Wales is facing criticism, but it will be welcome news for landlords with older properties deemed too expensive or difficult to upgrade.

By Wei Wei



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