Former E&Y director joins Throgmorton

by Calum Fuller

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31 Oct 2012

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EX-ERNST & YOUNG senior director Neil Oliver has taken a tax director role at outsourcing business Thorgmorton. 

Oliver spent 24 years with E&Y, with his stint taking in roles in fund management, audit tax and regulatory matters. From August 2009 to October 2011, he was head of E&Y's Jersey office.

At Throgmorton's, which provides outsourcing accountancy services, Oliver will work on tax and CFO services and implement best tax practices. He will also be part of the company's expansion into the hedge fund, private equity and wider financial service markets.

Throgmorton CEO Andrew Rubio said: "Neil brings with him invaluable experience at the highest level and we see his joining as a natural development for Throgmorton.

"His ambitions are aligned with ours as we expand the resources available to our clients and provide a comprehensive outsourced tax service for the alternative investment management community."

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